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  1. #1

    we should all ban this blog script

    Code:
    user domain.com 70.74 2.42 1.5 
    Top Process %CPU 71.0 /usr/bin/perl -w mt.cgi 
    Top Process %CPU 70.5 /usr/bin/perl -w mt.cgi 
    Top Process %CPU 69.3 /usr/bin/perl -w mt.cgi
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  2. #2
    forgot to mention... it's Movabletype from http://www.movabletype.org/
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  3. #3
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    I've seen MT 'break' like that. No idea what caused it in our past, but properly running MT shouldn't do that. WHen it's 'broken' I've seen it just sit and spin on a rebuild. The process eats more and more cpu and memory till you get what you see above. Usually the user clicks on the rebuild multiple times after seeing it not work, which of course generates more processes.

    No idea what causes it. No idea how to 'fix' it short of a complete re-setup of the script.
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