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High load from queueprocd

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Wille, Dec 26, 2016.

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  1. Wille

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    I have new installation on new VPS of WHM and Cloudlinux 7.3, i have transfered my 70 clients to it and got it work fine. Anyhow, approx. once a day server crash and I cant figure why, where should i search solution for that?

    Also queueprocd causes high loads (100% cpu), is that normal?
     
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    Hello @Wille,

    Could you provide some more details about where you are seeing the queueprocd usage? Is this via the "top" command?

    Thank you.
     
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    Not sure about queueprocd high load, however server crash should be investigated with KDUMP according to http://kb.cloudlinux.com/2014/12/how-do-i-install-and-configure-kdump-server-hungs/

    In most cases KDUMP with CL7 is already installed, so just check /var/crash/ directory if there are any kernel dumps. And contact CloudLinux support if so.
     
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