jayh38 said:post the output of
netstat -plan|grep :80| grep -v TIME_WAIT | wc -l
Like I said I disabled things like HTTPD just so the server would load a LITTLE.jayh38 said:you dont seem to have http connections. The user shortii was using some processor there.
show a top output and what os and kernel do you have
I have restarted MANY times. It STILL shows up.. I even tried killing the proc but it doesn't work even with -9jayh38 said:The last time I saw that was a kernel bug but you are on a good kernel.
since you have all the services disabled, did you try restarting?
There may be something hung thats not showing. Restart may be
the easiest fix at the moment.
shutdown -r now
Is there not a way to kill this proc?jayh38 said:Well, you should have someone look at your settings. There is only so much that can be done without monitoring live processes. Your top and ps snapshots could be at moments where the processes were not showing and other things like that.
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