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Re: Crashing TUX



Hi Nicolas,

Are you sure your load problems are about tux? Did you checked your cron
jobs? may be it's logrotate or something like that.  When the load is
that high you can log into the system and execute this command:
	ps aux | grep ' [DRZ]'

All of the processes with state D or R are the ones generating the high
load, with this information you can identify the offending processes.

BTW, what distro and version are you using?  Right now I have a lot of
experience with Fedora Core 3.

-William


El vie, 21-10-2005 a las 10:02 +0200, Nicolas Van Eenaeme escribió:
> Hi all,
> 
>  
> 
> I’m running TUX on a popular website here in Belgium (>2.000.000
> pageviews / day) and I use it to serve all my static content (images,
> css, …).
> 
> This works great. The average load on my server stays below 1. But
> after each period of 5 days (average) the load suddenly goes to 6 or
> above (I can see this on my MRTG stats) and it takes ages to serve a
> simple image. If this happens the only way to fix it is to reboot my
> server. It’s strange because this happens early in the morning
> (usually between 5 – 7 am.) when there are almost no users on the
> site.
> 
>  
> 
> Is there somebody who can help me or do you have some suggestions for
> me how I can fix this? I’m running the 2.4 kernel.
> 
>  
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Nicolas Van Eenaeme
> 
> 
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