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Server Not Responding , Weird Process Taking all CPU memory!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by shadowblack, Apr 13, 2014.

  1. shadowblack

    shadowblack Registered

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    Hey

    Since from last few days a weird process killing my server, sometime thrice a day, i tried everything ,

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    i've got this 4 website under this server, traffic average 3k per site,

    What can cause this and how can i fix it ?

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    My Process Logs ,

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    Please help ,

    thanks
     
  2. dalem

    dalem Well-Known Member
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    they are Apache processes not a whole lot of help
     
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    i know its apache, can you tell me how can i fix it ? may be Find the Culprit ? or limit the process per ip ,

    thanks anyways !
     
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    The process you are referring to is Apache. It's normal to see it run under the "nobody" username. The following thread might help you determine the source of the load/usage:

    Troubleshooting High Loads On Linux Systems

    Thank you.
     
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