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High Load = netstat -npl

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nsusa, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. nsusa

    nsusa Well-Known Member

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    Lately I see pretty high loads on one of my servers. When checking WHMs "CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage" I see the following as the first 3 entries listed:

    Top Process %CPU 99.9 netstat -npl
    Top Process %CPU 81.0 gzip
    Top Process %CPU 75.5 gzip

    Why would netstat -npl be causing so much high load?

    Chris
     
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    Hi,

    Me too facing the same issue. The following are the 3 entries listed in my WHMs "CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage"

    Top Process %CPU 99.9 netstat -nlp
    Top Process %CPU 99.0 netstat -nlp
    Top Process %CPU 97.0 netstat -nlp


    Regards,
    Saj
     
  3. richy

    richy Well-Known Member

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    Have you got "LSM" (Linux Security monitor) from rfxnetworks.com installed? If so, when it checks the ports it runs netstat - and, IIRC, by default it runs netstat every five minutes. I've set the cronjob for one hour on our servers.
     
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    I do. Let me check the conjob settings.

    Christoph
     
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