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Server load and Sundays...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by msmartinwsx, Apr 10, 2004.

  1. msmartinwsx

    msmartinwsx Member

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    OK. Each week the load on the server increases day by day. Never had this with Ensim or Hsphere.

    I think it is related to logs being rotated or something in the mailqueue as per the following graphs

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    Any ideas anyone?
     
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    Promethyl Well-Known Member

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    Memory leak? Is it restarting right there?

    I wonder if that's when the weekly backup occurs?

    Anyone?
     
  3. msmartinwsx

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    Everything is fine.

    Just seems that it is at the exact same time as the [mail]logs are cleared maybe?

    :(
     
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    Just to add... we have 7 Cpanel servers - same on all.
     
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    Perhaps it is something to do with your logs being cycled once a week and the program you are using to monitor this?

    Have you tried physically taking samples through top the load averages at the same time every day? And do they reflect this gradually upward increase?

    Also, your mail graph's x axis is fliped, making it look a bit confusing.

    Perhaps you heavily host business sites and that might be the trend. People don't usually visit business/work related sites during their free time.
     
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    Look at your cron etc.
     
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