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[statscheck] Stats/Server Overload on server.domain.com

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mvital, Oct 11, 2004.

  1. mvital

    mvital Well-Known Member

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    Hi all

    From a week ago im receveid this email of two in two hours [statscheck] (whm) with the following message:

    Any sugestions to correct this issue its always the same user PNSM that is causing this ..

    Any sugenstion / help will be apreciated .

    Thz in advanced
     
  2. mvital

    mvital Well-Known Member

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    someone .... :confused:
     
  3. Cash

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    Thsi is normal. You received this mails becasue your server maintain serverload over than 1.
    Try find out what problem to make your serverload high.
     
  4. brown

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    Here's the fix for that annoying email notification problem:

    Step 1: backup the web pages, email, database(s), and any cron jobs for pnsm account.

    Step 2: Login to your web host manager and terminate pnsm hosting account.

    Step 3: Now re-create pnsm hosting account and re-upload only the webpages, images and database(s) if any. Do not use the cpanel account restore feature to do this.

    Now, the problem is solved. You'll never receive that annoying email again.
     
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    djmerlyn Well-Known Member

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    Could it not just be one step?

    1. Remove the logs for the account that is causing the problem

    Then there's nothing for Cpanel to process

    :confused:
     
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    You can try that also. But for someone that doesn't know how to remove the log files can still use the 3 steps method.
     
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