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good system to control server load on cpanel?
Can someone suggest a good method to have processes controlled in the resources they use, in a shared cpanel environment?
For example, it appears that the cpanel backup (compressed) made the load skyrocket to beyond 60% cpu and 95% memory usage today, and this server is beefy to begin with.
I want some system to kill processes immediately if they exceed X amount of resources or kill processes that spiral out of control (X amount of processes from same user).
I'd like to be alerted of this action as well.
How can I set this up?
i use CSF/LFD and there is an option to kill processes if let's say a user has more than 16 processes or kill if the process uses a given amount of RAM.
you can find CSF at configserver.com, give it a try.
I already use CSF/LFD. What is the name of the config option in csf for that?
Hold on.... If you kill a large process via CSF, such as the backups. Well, wouldn't you be left without a backup? May as well just disable backups if that's the case....
Exactly, not seeing the point of that lol.
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A better option would be to disable the compression on your backups (the incremental backup feature in WHM). Or better yet, use R1Soft.
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