It is. Just look at swap usage in top and you can see that it is not buffered memory. If it was, swap would not be full too. My memory and swap are both full when the sytem crashes. MRTG looks like a roller coaster when viewing mem and swap history graphs.Originally posted by DuxAranea
I think that's a large load of bullplop.
I wouldnt be surprised if you had a very uneconomical query, this can cause bad mysql usage. My server use to crash very often due to one bad query, i added some indexes to mysql and it sorted it all.php-dawg said:I have been having the same problem for about 4-5 days now. I can not find anything besides PHP/MySQL is using a lot of resources. MySQL hits 99% every 1-5 minutes, then backs off. The userid for the process is MySQL. In CP when I look at the MySQL processes, there is hardly anything going on EXCEPT - and I think this has something to do with it - eximstats.
Now it seems to be httpd that is causing the high load, but there are not but 10-15 people accessing the server on a regular basis.
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