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why cpanel processes are taking load on server?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SACHIN, Sep 19, 2006.

  1. SACHIN

    SACHIN Guest

    Hello,

    Currently we are facing load problem on our server and when we check for processes in TOP command,we found the process name "cpanellogd" and it is upgrading bandwidth of users which are on server.

    So my question is ---
    1- when this cpanlelogd process start why it is taking load on server?
    2- How to maintain server load at this time?
    3- What is the ultimate solution for this?

    Thank you.


    Regards,
    Sachin
     
  2. Manuel_accu

    Manuel_accu Well-Known Member

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    Hi,


    Please check WHM tweak setting there is something option like suspend logging when server load is above 50%. or something like that enable it.

    thanks,
     
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  3. SACHIN

    SACHIN Guest

    Hello Manuel_accu ,

    I have checked for the option you told me but I did not found in tweak setting.

    Any other idea?


    Thank you.
     
  4. Manuel_accu

    Manuel_accu Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    There must be option in WHM tweak setting as mentioned below:

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    Suspends log file processing when the server load average is greater than the number entered in the adjacent field

    thx
     
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    AndyReed Well-Known Member
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    It's perfectly normal to have 'spikes' in your Server Load. Peak visitor times, log processing, database backup scripts, automated cron jobs - all can cause 'spikes' in your server load. It's when the server load is constantly above 5.00 - that's the time to start asking questions. To reduce load, in this case, upgrade your hardware by adding more RAM and/or bigger HD(s).
     
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