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Processor usage at 9.50

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by rghigliazza, Feb 27, 2002.

  1. rghigliazza

    rghigliazza Member
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    Hi, i dont know why, but since the last update, my DUAL piii server shows in WHM more than 5.00 processor ussage all the time, and everything works bad...

    Also, i have more than 259 processes, and another 250 sleepping..

    any ideas?

    Ricardo
     
  2. Daniel

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    Login to SSH and type top. That will give you some idea of what's going on.
     
  3. rghigliazza

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    there are only lots of http process and cppop processes...
     
  4. bdraco

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    [quote:7732fa53e7][i:7732fa53e7]Originally posted by rghigliazza[/i:7732fa53e7]

    there are only lots of http process and cppop processes...[/quote:7732fa53e7]


    Looks like your just have a lot of active customers .. you might want to check your system cpu % in top
     
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    I would analyze your domlog sizes for clues as to which sites are hitting extra hard recently though that is not always a direct corollation- keep close tabs on bandwidth usage within WHmanager, and bandmin may help reveal some more.

    Obviously a netstat will tell you which IPs are being requested the most via port 80, if there are some uniquely bound apache sites that are turning monstrous.
     
  6. rghigliazza

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    i found the problem is CPPOP

    The problem is CPPOP, if i filter out the 110 port on the firewall, everything backs to normal.

    Anyway, it appears, that the CPPOP deamon is takin too much resources, than in other servers.
     
  7. bdraco

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    [quote:ae7f0181a4][i:ae7f0181a4]Originally posted by rghigliazza[/i:ae7f0181a4]

    The problem is CPPOP, if i filter out the 110 port on the firewall, everything backs to normal.

    Anyway, it appears, that the CPPOP deamon is takin too much resources, than in other servers.[/quote:ae7f0181a4]

    Thats usually due to a user having a VERY large mail spool and checking it all the time...
     
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