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sa-learn constantly running, taking too much CPU load, and memory underutilization

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by jola, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. jola

    jola Basic Pleskian

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    I recently launched a large website on a brand new virtuozzo + plesk environment.

    We are having problems with memory underutilization (6 gig available and only 0.4 gig is allocated) and CPU overload (above 5 under load). I'm not sure if this is related to plesk or to the virtuozzo container setup. I posted a question about it on the virtuozzo forum here: http://forum.parallels.com/showthread.php?t=109540

    Aside from the memory problem we have also got problem to stop a notorious sa-learn (SpamAssassin) process that is constantly running and taking about 50% CPU load all the time. I have tried to turn off SpamAssasin everywhere but that sa-learn process is still running. Is it possible to fully turn off sa-learn in plesk? If so, please advice me how how I do that.
     
  2. MartinPattaya

    MartinPattaya Guest

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    Has no one has responded to this or similar questions about sa-learn hogging the CPU, even when spam assassin is turned off?
    I've found numerous reports of it, but not seen any remedy.
    I am running PLESK 10.0.0 CentOS 5
     
  3. tkalfaoglu

    tkalfaoglu Regular Pleskian

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    It seems PLESK's sa-learn is not affected by /etc/mail/spamassassin/local.cf settings that disables it :(
    Any ideas how to stop it, other than renaming the binary?
     
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