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lfd: High 5 minute load average alert - 427.32

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Giorgi, May 6, 2007.

  1. Giorgi

    Giorgi Member

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    My server get crashed :( Can anybody explain what is causing such high load? LOG ATTACHED

    thank you
     

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    Apache is the problem. I think one of the site(s) are causing this High load.
     
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    Rachweb, i think you are correct. Look at all the Apache uses. It may only be only using about 0.1% most of the time (sometime 1.9%), but if you add them all up. They do count. Look at which sites are the highest demanding.

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    that looks like an apache DoS. suggestion to fire up a firewall, and to check apache status, to see which site is being targeted, then act accordingly.
     
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    Thank you guys for replay.

    I did research and found out that this is caused be my file upload/download script... the point is that user downloads files with Download Manager s and it causes more and more connections to be triggered.

    Can you suggest some MOD s or something to somehow limit per IP connection amount?

    Thanx again
     
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