SHSaeed

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Hi,

In the last few days a couple of times a day Apache dies and I get IM/email about it. When I check the load on the server it's usually between 10.00 and 30.00 when the average load of the server is 0.00 - 0.20! I've tried to run top but I can't seem to catch that script in action. Is there a way to track this script that keeps killing Apache (for a few seconds) and overloading the server?
 

feanor

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Check your CPU utilization details in your WHManager.... it should at the very least have a script name or two for you, and it should tell you which user is launching the script into memory (especially if you use suEXEC)....

physically, these stats are in:

/var/log/dcpumon