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Release 11 - Weekend Slooooowdown :)

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tm2004, Aug 13, 2007.

  1. tm2004

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    Hey All..

    Running 11 RELEASE (WHM 11.2.0 cPanel 11.8.0-R16295) and LOVE the new features! But over the weekend, we got an auto upgrade and it's taking our dedicated server to a new low :)

    We are running server loads of 4.00+ all the time, sometimes double digits.. - contrasted with 0.50ish last week..

    We have restarted a few times and seems to craw back up there within 10 minutes or so.. Any one else notice anything?
     
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    Try running
    Code:
    top
    in a shell.

    What is eating up all your cpu?
     
  3. tm2004

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    Hey Nick - thanks for the note :)

    the one things we keep seeing is /usr/bin/php index.php with CPU loads of 20%+ for various users..

    I don't think we have ever seem that before.. I looked at our other Server (cPanel 10) and don't see that same kind of activity..

    Be happy to get you more details, just tell me what (and how) to get it to you.. Thanks!
     
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    Please open a ticket. It doesn't appear to be related to cpanel 11 based on the info you provided.

    https://tickets.cpanel.net/submit/
     
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    thanks Nick.. We went back to a prev http.conf and forced an ucpc update.. that seems to do it..

    Tunrs out one of our admin was making some changes at the same time the update was running.. while it was not throwing any errors, it seems to be OK now...

    THANKS and keep up the great work!!!
     
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