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  1. #1
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    Extreme high load average

    load average: 0.81, 0.74, 0.73

    This is really high, though there are like 20 sites running on the RaQ. Hits between 100-2000 a day. So that isn't really much!

    Sites are using PHP and MySQL, no Perl scripts.

    Strange thing is, sometimes this load is high, sometimes it is 0.00, 0.00, 0.00. (it seems the high load is really random).

    0.15 is normal right? But this doesn't I think.

    Adriaan

  2. #2
    my server is lightly used compaired to most people on here as well...

    Mine will get higher than that though when webalizer is running or when it's doing it's nightly backups (via cron). It will also shoot up when HotSanic is updating the images...here is the chart
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  3. #3
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    Sorry to go a bit off topic here, but Shin, wich software you use to get those stats like that?

    Robin van Duiven
    Aqua-IT Web services - Webhosting, Shellhosting and more...
    Comming soon...

  4. #4
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    I would like to know too

    Adriaan Mol

  5. #5
    it's called hotsanic

    http://www.bernisys.prima.de/linux/HotSaNIC/

    For a how-to you might try http://www.unofficial-support.com/mo...rticle&artid=6 just remember that it is made for a Ensim WEBppliance 3.0 For Linux. Your directories could differ.

    If I remember correctly, you have to install imagemagick first. http://www.imagemagick.org/

    Someone else was asking about it earlier today, do a search for it and you should find the how-to. (tho i just noticed that it's included in the howto posted above.

  6. #6
    THIS:

    1 minute load average: 2.72
    5 minute load average: 16.41
    15 minute load average: 10.07


    is high load to me :/

    Seems my raq is overworked, maybe some holiday should do

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  8. #8
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    This is off a RaQ3 - and no, this isn't a joke:

    Max 5-minute Load 1434.0
    Average 5-minute Load 89.0
    Current 5-minute Load 171.0
    Max 15-mintute Load 940.0
    Average 15-mintute Load 71.0
    Current 15-mintute Load 112.0

    LOL, and you think YOU'VE got problems!?

    Brandon

  9. #9
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    Mmmmm

    perhaps a different measure reference is used....

    A that big difference isn't normal I think...
    Otherwise...
    My the lord be with you

  10. #10
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    No, the reference is correct, and no it most certainly isn't normal.

    I can't believe it hasn't disentegrated yet

    BT

  11. #11
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    Did you check your CPU temp
    Or installed a luiquid cooling on your pizza box

  12. #12
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    Over the past fifteen minutes, the CPU has been heavily loaded.

    This will result in noticible performace loss. Consider moving some of theservices to other Cobalt servers, or reduce the complexity of the CGI scripts running on the Cobalt server itself.

    1 minute load average: 55.32
    5 minute load average: 52.61
    15 minute load average: 61.16

    --------
    Anyone notice the two spelling mistakes before!!

  13. #13
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    Mmmmm
    I'll suggest you install this script

    if (serverload > 50)
    {
    ArrDate=SunCobalt.Order(RaQ550, Arrdate);
    }

    if (Arrdate==Date())
    {
    For (i=Lastsite-5, i<=lastsite, i++)
    {
    Sitemgr.move(localhost.site[i], newRaQ550)
    }
    }
    Last edited by FiberOptic; 06-18-2002 at 06:03 PM.

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