Question about Migration Command in Process Manager

nootkan

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Today my server load has been higher than usual and was wondering if anyone has seen these commands taking up so much cpu's before?

Reading through some of the docs cPanel provides for troubleshooting high server loads as we speak but thought I'd see what you think also.

When I try to click the Trace link I get a not permitted error.
29 (Trace) (Kill)root0
45432.95
0.00[migration/4]
19 (Trace) (Kill)root0
45432.86
0.00[migration/2]
24 (Trace) (Kill)root0
45432.86
0.00[migration/3]
13 (Trace) (Kill)root0
45432.77
0.00[migration/1]
Thanks for your time.
 
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cPRex

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Hey there! The "migration" process in this case is what handles multiple CPU cores and distributes the processing, as this is not related to the Transfer Tool or other cPanel tools on the machine. More details on that can be found here:


but typically I would not expect this to cause an issue on the machine. If you are seeing problems with this I would recommend speaking with your hosting provider or datacenter to have them check the machine.
 
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nootkan

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cPRex, thanks for your reply and the link. I found another link that explains the process better for me not sure if I can post it here so I won't. The load has gone back to the original average per day now. I didn't receive any csf warnings about server load so your comment about a non-issue on my machine is most likely correct. Thanks again.
 
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