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Statistic problems

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jim Boy, Jul 16, 2006.

  1. Jim Boy

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    Hi,

    I've had some issues with statitics not running for about 3 weeks. This was because of soem weird Perl script called httpssql running that was taking too much processing time. I killed them and stats are now running after I ran /usr/local/cpanel/startup.

    However..

    Some of the accounts, but not all, keep getting 509 bandwidth exceeded messages, even though they're only used 3-5% of their allocation. I'm clearing these manually through WHM, but this is not really a solution.


    any ideas?
     
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    Just a word of warning - httpssql is an exploit running on the server, so you do need to track it down and clean it up, it could be the cause of the bandwidth issues - i.e. it's been consuming it.
     
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    Thanks - any pointers on the best way of going about this?
     
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    Have a read of the sticky security thread and other aboit exploits for pointers. There are also several companies that advertise in the Ads & Offers forum that can help.
     
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