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Excessive resource usage email

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  1. Skin

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    Hello,

    I receive a lot of messages regarding sonarpush using excessive resources:

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    lfd on host.xxxxx.org: Excessive resource usage: systuser (1220 (Parent PID:1220))
    Time: Tue Nov 3 15:47:08 2015 +0100
    Account: systuser
    Resource: Process Time
    Exceeded: 228641 > 1800 (seconds)
    Executable: /usr/local/lp/apps/sonarpush/sonarpush
    Command Line: SonarPush 0.5.236 [sleeping]
    PID: 1220 (Parent PID:1220)
    Killed: No
    
    
    Is it safe toignore these messages and insert sonarpush in /etc/csf/csf.pignore ?

    Thanks
     
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    Hello thanks for your reply,
    I've inserted this line in /etc/csf/csf.pignore, but I still receive the messages, may be I'm doing something wrong?
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    exe:/usr/local/lp/apps/sonarpush/sonarpush
    
     
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    Possibly, you restarted your firewall, correct? You might want to review the ConfigServer forums concerning this, I'm sure there are plenty of posts just like yours here, over there concerning adding things to csf.pignore and still receiving alerts.

    CSF/LFD isn't supported by cPanel.
     
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    Yes I've restarted CSF/LFD .

    I'll try to ask on the ConfigServer forums, thanks .
     
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    TBH, I wouldn't bother asking over there, that's my point. This has been asked and answered many times. Not about your specific script I don't think, but lots of others. Reading of a few of those threads will be useful to you I think.

    What is this script? You do know what it is, correct?
     
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    Hello, yes I know this script: it is a monitoring script used by my provider and it run as long as the server is up.

    I'm going to search on their forums, thanks.
     
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    AH, ok. You might speak with your Hosting Provider about this as well. I would think you're not the only one using it, and ConfigServer Firewall, you know?

    GL!
     
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