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httpd and mysqld keep failing:

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  1. Mysteerie

    Mysteerie Well-Known Member

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    I tried to get help on Webhosting Talk before coming here, since it's more of a system problem, but since Cpanel is basically the system, maybe I can get help. The link to the thread is located here:

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=2731513#post2731513

    There is a bunch of information he asked me to get for him, netstat, top, pidof. Any help would be appreciated. He couldn't find a solution so I hope someone here can. Thank you so much if you can!
     
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    Had followed that thread somewhat.
    What OS and cPanel version?
    So several times a day both apache and mysql are failing?
     
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    Mysteerie Well-Known Member

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    OS is RH Fedora Core 2 / cPanel 9.9.9-R14

    Yes, from what I see, it looks like that the processes keep building up, and then it eventually just crashes since it can't handle everything.

    What I end up doing is restart mysql and httpd several times through WHM to clear anything out, and then the sites move fast again after a restart of those two services.
     
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    Looks like you have solved your own problem? Going back to a default config is probably the answer you were looking for.
     
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    The default config would slow down the mysql db on the site. like it would take 80 second sto process one script (that slow).
     
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