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High server loads - HTTPD, how to fix?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Vane, Apr 22, 2005.

  1. Vane

    Vane Guest

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    Hi,

    I'm running a hosting server with PLESK 7.5.2 Reloaded / FreeBSD 5.3. I'm hosting about 175 domains on this server.

    The problem is that every day the serverload gets higer and higer like this:

    up 1 day, 31 mins, 1 user, load averages: 70.02, 61.46, 36.69

    When I look in to TOP I see VERY and VERY much proccesses of HTTPD.

    When I do killall -9 httpd and restart it everything is fine and the load turns back to 0.10...

    Checked some log files like the apache access_log but i'm seeing nothing strange... Only webmail that was openend last (horde/imp).

    Can someone give me some tips to check or a fix? :)

    Thank you guys.
     
  2. worker

    worker Guest

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    There seems to be alot of problems with KeepAlive settings. You should check /var/log/messages(linux), and also look into preformance tuning for apache.
     
  3. Vane

    Vane Guest

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    I've checked the messages log also this morning when the load was so high but nothing strange.

    Going to check to tune my apache now ;).
     
  4. kilgore

    kilgore Guest

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    Same problem on FC2. It didn't look to be a tuning problem but it's really annoying to have any solution...

    Regards,

    Kilgore
     
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