The last few days I started to get daily emails that say The service “clamd” appears to be down. Then it is followed up with email saying The service “clamd” is now operational. Is this something I can fix or be concerned with?
It didn't provide any log output? What happens if you run the command:
It doesn't look like a memory issue per say as you've got memory though you might want to run the following:Code:
To get an idea of historical memory usage, this isn't going to show you memory usage from beyond today though.Code:
Unfortunately, things don't stay the same for ever.I have had this server for a couple years and it never did this before.
As for how much memory you might need - that is a bit like asking "how long is a bit of string", and is very much dependant on the number of websites you currently host and may intend to host in the future, the type of content the websites might deliver, the coding the websites may be written in, the SQL resources they might use, the number of simultaneous requests being made to the server ....... AND a healthy margin for core/services/cPanel/website updates and upgrades.How much memory to I need?
Wow you must be running cPanel 11.52 or there about ! So you haven't updated cPanel, or the kernel, or any other RPM provided service like Apache, or allowed ClamAV to download any new signatures, or allowed Spamassassin to download any new rules, or updated any website content management components or add-ons ? ...... shall I go on ?Nothing major has been changed in a couple years
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