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  1. #1
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    Question RAM is high usage recently. how to find the ram where to go?

    Hello all,

    I am using Fecora core 2 and cpanle server.
    Since i blocked user's vulnerability php scritp attack, I found my server's RAM is high usage and always stay in 65-70%. I ran the /top, but I found nothing strange. Anybody can teahc me how can I find where my RAM go?

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    There may be nothing wrong with it. Most *nix distributions will use available ram for cacheing.

  3. #3
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    but before taht is never more than 60%. but now is stay at minimum 60% and sometimes reach to 75% or above...
    is it normal?

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    Its pretty normal.. All *nix servers try to use the avaible memory for caching for more speed. My server's is at a constant 71% minimum, unless your memory is running out and starting to use the swap space you should be ok.
    || Dennis Liang,
    || ServaxNet LLC

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    h.. ok thank you.

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    if you still wish to view the processes sorted on the basis of memory usage, you first need to give top command and then shift + m
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    I found a lot of httpd and mysql by top + shift M.

    I ran /ls -l /proc/PID for httpd.. but all is link to httpd.

    i unable to cechk mysql process list. how can chcek what is mysql running to which websites?

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    For this purpose you need to configure MYSQL config file to write logs , by default this doesnt write logs.

    You can get more help from here http://dev.mysql.com/

    With logs you can see what domain are using mysql and how frequently

    Parsv

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