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Is this I/O ok?

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by musioc, Oct 31, 2012.

  1. musioc

    musioc Well-Known Member

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    Hello
    When server load goes up to 20, I go to LVE Manager and see this:
    ID EP PNO TNO CPU MEM I/O
    user1 1 1 1 220 0 1800170
    user2 1 2 2 36 1 49501
    user3 2 2 2 734 0 118038272
    user4 3 6 6 446 111 4102518

    Is this ok?
    I can see I/O is always 0 in other servers.


    I updated OS to latest version (yum update)
    cpanel is latest release
    CLOUDLINUX 6.3 x86_64 standard

    I/O is configured in packages tab and max is 1024 KBps
     
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    iseletsk Well-Known Member

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    Did you update LVE Manager as well? Try doing:
    yum update lvemanager --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
     
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    electric Well-Known Member

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    I have nothing great to add to this post, except it would be nice to be able to see the IO column in KB instead of bytes. It's easier on the eyes for those of us who are brain-dead and have trouble evaluating large numbers.

    Thanks!
     
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    Perhaps maybe give admin the ability to select how they want lvetop to display the numbers? ie: In KB or bytes. (Or mb for memory, etc..)

    This way, it won't change the current default method..

    Thanks.
     
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    Hello
    this is the update output
    Code:
    ========================================================================================================================================================================
     Package                              Arch                             Version                               Repository                                            Size
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    Updating:
     lvemanager                           noarch                           0.5-38.el6                            cloudlinux-updates-testing                           225 k
    
    Transaction Summary
    ========================================================================================================================================================================
    Upgrade       1 Package(s)
    
    Total download size: 225 k
    Is this ok [y/N]: y
    Downloading Packages:
    lvemanager-0.5-38.el6.noarch.rpm                                                                                                                 | 225 kB     00:00
    Running rpm_check_debug
    Running Transaction Test
    Transaction Test Succeeded
    Running Transaction
      Updating   : lvemanager-0.5-38.el6.noarch                                                                                                                         1/2
      Cleanup    : lvemanager-0.5-17.el6.noarch                                                                                                                         2/2
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
      Verifying  : lvemanager-0.5-38.el6.noarch                                                                                                                         1/2
      Verifying  : lvemanager-0.5-17.el6.noarch                                                                                                                         2/2
    
    Updated:
      lvemanager.noarch 0:0.5-38.el6
    
    Complete!
    
    
    I think there is no problem because numbers is in byte (but nowhere says the unit..)
     
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    iseletsk Well-Known Member

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    It sounds like you are hitting disk quota, but I cannot believe there is a disk quota on root.
     
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    musioc Well-Known Member

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    No, Disk is empty:
    Code:
    root@server [~]# df -h
    Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda2             2.0T  116G  1.8T   7% /
    /dev/sdb2             2.0T  152G  1.8T   8% /backup
    /dev/sda1            1008M  139M  819M  15% /boot
    /usr/tmpDSK           4.9G  498M  4.1G  11% /tmp
    root@server [~]#
    
     
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    Sorry -- then I don't know what to recommend. Check with your sys admin, check with server provider. This is not CL specific issue.
     
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    Thank you Mr Igor
    Do you believe that there is any problem in my server according to post #1 AND #5 of this thread?
     
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    Yes, I believe that this messages are a problem:
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.
    sda2: write failed, user block limit reached.

    And I would recommend figuring out what caused them/why -- if possible, as it can cause future issue when writing to / partition on your server.
     

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