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Question on the scheduler

Discussion in 'Plesk for Windows - 8.x and Older' started by Freebyrd, May 30, 2005.

  1. Freebyrd

    Freebyrd Guest

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    Is there any way to keep the scheduler from using 100% of the processor ?

    I have also noticed that php.exe uses 100% of it too...

    I've set in the cpanel to only use 10% on a global setting not per site. but the sites will use 100% of the processor.

    I have also tried windows resource manager to try and stop php.exe from using 100% but it don't listen to the rules.....

    I'm quite a n00b when it comes to this but I followed the instructions to limit the cpu on that process.

    Any help would be very apreacated.
     
  2. Freebyrd

    Freebyrd Guest

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    Can anyone help me with this? It's gets so bad when 30 ppl goto my site at once it takes forever to load and my cpu is pegged at 100% the whole time.
     
  3. Freebyrd

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  4. OlegB

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    Hm, you've a strange issue. May be some client PHP uses CPU. You can see it in TaskManager->processes. It's need to have a look who is owner of php.exe. After that make a decision what to do with it.
    As for scheduler problem I do not know any problems with it. May be you need to upgrade your server to 7.5.3 ;)
     
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