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  1. #1
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    how can i know which account use large bandwidth ?

    Hi,

    i have a dedicated server with 50M limit from IDC,

    it is usually use about only 1M/s-2M/s i think,very little,

    recently,sometimes the server connection speed is very slow,

    and i check the MRTG from IDC,

    the bandwidth is used to about 80M/s~90M/s,

    i go to cpanel to restart the httpd,

    and the connection speed goes to normal and ok,


    is any way to trace which account is been put file to download ans waste my bandwidth?

    or if my server is been used to attack others ?


    it is centos/cpanel/csf.


    thanx

  2. #2
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    It seems to be some infected script in some website creating the issue. You can check the websites consuming the highest data transfer and find if there is some unusual increase in the data transfer. This will help you to nail down the culprit account.
    Prashant T.

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  3. #3
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    is any way to check ?thanx

  4. #4
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    1. Login to WHM.
    2. Under "Account Information" (on the left side panel) you will see "View Bandwidth Usage"
    3. Click on that, you will list all the sites + their bandwidth usage.

    That's how you check which site is using the most bandwidth.

    If that doesn't work then please check your apache logs since you said it stops when you restart apache.
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  5. #5
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    yeh, its the right way to track.

    Quote Originally Posted by aodat2 View Post
    1. Login to WHM.
    2. Under "Account Information" (on the left side panel) you will see "View Bandwidth Usage"
    3. Click on that, you will list all the sites + their bandwidth usage.

    That's how you check which site is using the most bandwidth.

    If that doesn't work then please check your apache logs since you said it stops when you restart apache.

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    I hope you already solved your problem by following the steps AODAT2 gave. If you haven't done it, you can do it now. It's tested and almost all of us do that things when we need to check the bandwidth usage of our sites.

    Quote Originally Posted by aodat2 View Post
    1. Login to WHM.
    2. Under "Account Information" (on the left side panel) you will see "View Bandwidth Usage"
    3. Click on that, you will list all the sites + their bandwidth usage.

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