var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
Let say that my server get out of cpu and/or memmory for about 30min and than is evrything normal again.
How can I see what file or which site did this? In wich logs shold I look?
I believe it's harder than it sounds to find the culprit. Best thing would be to have someone write a script that monitors one or the other or both, and have it log or email the output of top whenever the threshold you set is exceeded.
Yes I know that its not simpel as that.
If you typ "TOP", you dont get so much info!! typ "c" and you get more info ( enabeled lines in top). But you just can see that mysql is using to mutch, but not which database is using al mem/cpu!!
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