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Hi guys, I'm new to VPS! I got an email saying my VPS HANG? Here's the log file, can anyone tell me what's going on? I'm kinda confused read log below. Thank you in advance!
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[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] Restored /usr/local/apache/logs/modsec_audit.log (size:0) to 0 (requested 0)
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] Restored /var/log/exim_mainlog (size:173609) to 173609 (requested 173609)
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] Restored /var/log/maillog (size:597681) to 597681 (requested 597681)
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] /usr/local/apache/logs/modsec_audit.log opened with inode 56775
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] /var/log/exim_mainlog opened with inode 30589
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] /var/log/maillog opened with inode 35896
[32140] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [START] 32140 1451968984
[32126] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] The tailwatchd driver 'Cpanel::TailWatch::JailManager' is not enabled.
[32126] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch::Eximstats] Loading email sending limits from 1451966400 - 1451970000
[32126] [2016-01-05 11:43:04 +0700] [Cpanel::TailWatch] [INFO] Configured to conserve memory; skipped load of Linux::Inotify2.
 
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Nothing of use in that log snip you've provided.

This thread may be of some use to you:
Troubleshooting high server loads on Linux servers
Thank you for your fast response! Okay, I will read that thread and I will provide another things...
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[2016-01-05 23:48:47 +0700] Disk check .... /tmp (/var/tmp) [8.2%] ... /dev/sda1 (/) [64.13%] ... /usr/tmpDSK (/tmp) [8.2%] ... {status:ok} ... Done
Loading services .....cpanellogd....cpdavd....cphulkd....cpsrvd....crond....exim....ftpd....httpd....imap....ipaliases....mailman....mysql....pop....queueprocd....rsyslogd....spamd....sshd..Done
Service Check Started
Service Check Finished
[2016-01-05 23:43:45 +0700] Service check ....sshd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...spamd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...rsyslogd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...queueprocd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...pop [[check command:+][socket connect:+]]...named [[check command:N/A][socket connect:N/A]]...mysql [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...mailman [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...ipaliases [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...imap [[socket_service_auth:1][check command:+][socket connect:+]]...httpd [[check command:N/A][socket connect:+]]...ftpd [[socket_service_auth:1][check command:+][socket connect:+]]...exim [[check command:+][socket connect:+]]...crond [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...cpsrvd [[http_service_auth:1][check command:N/A][socket connect:+]]...cphulkd [[check command:+][socket connect:+]]...cpdavd [[http_service_auth:1][check command:+][socket connect:+]]...cpanellogd [[check command:+][socket connect:N/A]]...Done
[2016-01-05 23:43:45 +0700] OOM check ....Done
[2016-01-05 23:43:45 +0700] Disk check .... /tmp (/var/tmp) [8.2%] ... /dev/sda1 (/) [64.13%] ... /usr/tmpDSK (/tmp) [8.2%] ... {status:ok} ... Done
Loading services .....cpanellogd....cpdavd....cphulkd....cpsrvd....crond....exim....ftpd....httpd....imap....ipaliases....mailman....mysql....pop....queueprocd....rsyslogd....spamd....sshd..Done
Service Check Started
Service Check Finished
Is that the error message that you are looking for?
 

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cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

The information you provided does suggest a higher than normal load average. Please review the URL provided in the previous response for help with determining the cause of the load, or consider disabling the script referenced under "Top Processes" in the image you attached to see if that makes a difference.

Thank you.
 
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Hello :)

The information you provided does suggest a higher than normal load average. Please review the URL provided in the previous response for help with determining the cause of the load, or consider disabling the script referenced under "Top Processes" in the image you attached to see if that makes a difference.

Thank you.
Which script? Public_html/index.php?
 

cPanelMichael

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I suggest reading through the link posted earlier regarding troubleshooting high loads to obtain a better understanding on how to determine the cause of the issue (It includes information about MySQL usage). You may need to consult with a qualified system administrator if you are unable to determine the source of the high loads.

Thank you.