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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by seifhatem, Feb 25, 2014.

  1. seifhatem

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    Hello,
    Please I installed eAccelerator but my site performance didn't change so I decided to check out phpinfo() & found that
    "Cached Scripts 2" though there are more than 500 files on the server!

    the eAccelerator cache dir is created and have folders in it.

    The PHP Handler is configured to suPHP
    The Version of EA is 0.9.6.1-ea

    Can anyone tell me please what may cause this and how to fic?

    Thanks in advance
     
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  3. seifhatem

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    okay,
    Thanks Michael :D

    Another question please: I've tried to reboot mysql in sevrral ways through SSH but it has never worked so is it possible to know what command that reboots it in WHM?
    also, is there a way to kill all processes by a specific user in a bash script like WHM process manager?

    Thanks!
     
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    Restart mysql in ssh:
    service mysql restart

    Kill all processes for a specific user in ssh:
    pkill -u username
     
  5. seifhatem

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    Thank you!
    Both worked
     

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