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Process causing server to hang

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by eViLoNe, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. eViLoNe

    eViLoNe Registered

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    I'm having a problem with /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/bin/analog. It's causing the CPU, and Memory loads to go through the roof. What does this binary do? And is there any way to stop it running on a certain host?
     
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    I'm sure it is analog stats. Go to Tweak Settings in WHM and disable it under stats programs. Analog isn't that useful the way cpanel has it configured. Actually it's pretty useless unless you run a custom install on a cpanel server.
     
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    Thanks mate. I'll try this out. I'm hoping it causes the massive server loads to stop. It's getting stupid.
     
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    np I hope it works out.:)
     
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    As do I. Having to reboot the server every couple of days hasn't been the best fun :P.
     
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    Server crashing caused by statistics program processing is usually caused by one
    or more accounts on your server having unusually large log files.

    I would look in /etc/httpd/domlogs and run "ls -lSr" and take a note of the size
    of the log files at the end of the directory display. May have to deletes some logs.

    Likewise, you might want to check /etc/httpd/logs/error_log and access_log and
    make sure their size has not gotten unmanageable.

    Now with that done, I would enable the setting in WHM's tweak settings to have
    the log files cleared after statistics program runs to prevent the logs from
    growing out of control again.

    As far as Cpanel statistics program choices go:

    Analog sucks for lack of a better word

    Webalizer is okay but a bit slow

    AwStats is the best statistics

    I generally disable 'Webalizer' and 'Analog' and leave AwStats
     
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    Do you enable:
    "Awstats Reverse Dns Resolution"
     
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