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What's using up all server resources?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by mli11, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. mli11

    mli11 Guest

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    Hi everyone,

    Something is eating up all my server resources (disk space is fine and so is cpu.. but system resources goes up to 99%).

    I have a strong feeling it's the newly added "spam assassin" that causes my system to crash (from QoS alert I get black zone on privvmpages).

    So, I restarted the VPS (email and ftp couldn't connect) and stopped Spam Assassin and Dr Web antivirus. Now system usage is "down" to 80%.

    My question: How can I find out how much respectively:

    1. process,
    2. programs and
    3. domains

    that are using up "system resources" and "cpu"?

    Is there a simple command in SHELL? (I tried "top" but it showed real time, I need a "history-logg").

    Any help as always much appreciated.

    Kindly,
    Mikael

    (Using centOS and 320 RAM)
     
  2. jusu313

    jusu313 Guest

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    #top

    That will show you the running processes
     
  3. mli11

    mli11 Guest

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    Ok, but as I said, I would like a list that gives me following inforamtion:

    1. Name of process / component
    2. How much system resource used

    If that doesn't exist, maybe it's possible to record and store such information for later analyze?

    Kindly,
    Mikael
     
  4. jusu313

    jusu313 Guest

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    Install webmin http://www.webmin.com it will show you process list and names and everything you ever want.
     
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