cPanelChris

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Hello @Radhi ,

Load is a measure of how much work the server's processors are doing. If this number is higher than the number of cores (4 in this case), you may see performance issues across the server. As @kodeslogic indicated, the top command can be used to view the running processes on the server. That will help you find out what processes are using high amounts of CPU. You can also view this in WHM at the following location.

Home » System Health » Process Manager

If you can provide more information about the running processes, we may be able to advise you further.
 
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Radhi

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Hello @Radhi ,

Load is a measure of how much work the server's processors are doing. If this number is higher than the number of cores (4 in this case), you may see performance issues across the server. As @kodeslogic indicated, the top command can be used to view the running processes on the server. That will help you find out what processes are using high amounts of CPU. You can also view this in WHM at the following location.

Home » System Health » Process Manager

If you can provide more information about the running processes, we may be able to advise you further.
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andrew.n

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md1_raid1 could mean that your RAID is degraded and it's currently rebuilding now especially since you have just rebooted the server in the last 24 hours as far as I can see. Can you show us the output of this command as well?

cat /proc/mdstat

This will show you if the RAID array is healthy or not.
 
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Radhi

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md1_raid1 could mean that your RAID is degraded and it's currently rebuilding now especially since you have just rebooted the server in the last 24 hours as far as I can see. Can you show us the output of this command as well?

cat /proc/mdstat

This will show you if the RAID array is healthy or not.
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kodeslogic

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This shows that checks are being in-progress for the md1 raid array after reboot.

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[======>.............................]  check = 46.9% (1833211648/3904477184) finish=2534.7min speed=13618K/sec
This process is sometimes resource-intensive and you may see performance issues till it is 100% completed.
 
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andrew.n

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Exactly as @kodeslogic mentioned. Once this is completed (which will take another 2534 minutes :( ) the load averages will be back to normal.