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Trying to find the cause of a php script exe:/usr/bin/php cmd:/usr/bin/php

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  1. webstuff

    webstuff Well-Known Member

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    I am trying to find whats causing this error. I am not sure exactly what the issue is. And I have to be looking in the wrong area. I spent a few hours googling. My english is not the best. I would really like to learn myself. Any pointers or direction would be a great help. thank you

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    PID:9061 PPID:5049 Run Time:25(secs) Memory:392280(kb) RSS:30236(kb) exe:/usr/bin/php cmd:/usr/bin/php
     
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    Hello @webstuff

    This doesn't look like an error or at least what you've sent doesn't. In what context are you receiving this? Are you running CSF/LFD? If so the following may be useful Tutorial - CSF/LFD - Excessive Resource Usage - Process Time it was written for process time notifications but similar steps are required for resolving excessive resource usage notifications.

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    thank you for the effort but that wasn't much help, I apologize for explaining that incorrectly. I am trying to find out how to track down what is causing the high load. I have looked through some raw logs but not found anything. I would like to learn how to do this. Yes it is part of the csf/lfd firewall thing. thanks
     
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