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Managing #top in ssh

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by GaryT, May 26, 2010.

  1. GaryT

    GaryT Well-Known Member

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    Im wondering whats causing some of my loads to go spike high at times.

    Now Im monitering in ssh via #top

    Everything looks normal with alot of things but there using nothing then all of a sudden I get ones like:

    usr cpu mem cmd
    nobody 13.0 0.6 php
    nobody 27.1 0.8
    PHP:
     <defunct


    This shows every 3 refreshes or soSometimes there hitting there 30

    Im not sure on what Im doing wrong Memory is fine I allowed in the apache config 256M Total 271.68 MB of 2.04 GB used 1.77 GB free.

    I am on CGI-FCGI as apache - and my.cnf has mysql connections of 200 so thats not exactly very high.

    Any suggestions will be much appreciated.
     
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