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High Server Load Issue

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by serverxy, Nov 3, 2016.

  1. serverxy

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    Hello,

    I have dedicated server with cpanel + cloudlinux. My server load average was always 1.0 to 3.0 but now i am seeing it is 50.0 and 60.0 i dont know what is taking too much resources and my services getting up and down.. sites working slow.. I have no heavy users i want to analyse what is wrong what is taking too much resources so i can suspend user or something...

    Please help..
     
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    Load Averages: 300.07 162.31 95.89
     
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    I have seen all ok not big resources used by anyone then why it is happening load average increasing too much and then again come down... it is keep going.
     
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    On top of the Process manager page, you can sort the columns shown. Click the CPU%, twice, to sort by highest CPU usage.

    Whatever is spiking CPU should be shown there to you.

    You might want to consider hiring a qualified Server Administrator to assist you with all this for fastest resolution. You can find a listing for those, here:
    System Administration Services | cPanel Forums
     
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