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Old 6th February 2010, 14:59
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Default Fedora 12, ISPConfig 2, OpenX 2.8.4 - CPUs random 100% usage

I have recently upgraded to Fedora 12. I am running ISPConfig 2 and OpenX 2.8.4.

At apparently random times both CPUs usage spikes to 100% and will not come down without a restart. There is no obvious process running.

What could it be?
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Old 6th February 2010, 23:29
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Could be a maintenance routine in OpenX. I have disabled them and it seems that I am not having the problem. We shall see.
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Old 7th February 2010, 03:12
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Nope. Not that. Just had it again. Both CPUs pegged at 100%. Restart is the only option.
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Any errors in your logs?

Do you have munin installed? That could help you track down what the problem is.
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I am not even sure what log to view. I get an encoding error when trying to view some of the logs in /var/log. Should I look elsewhere?

No, I do not have munin installed.
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I have read that Pulseaudio might be an issue. Your thoughts on that?

Please pardon my lack of knowledge about this server. Sometimes I question why I even set it up, lol
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I have read that Pulseaudio might be an issue. Your thoughts on that?
I'm afraid I can't say anything about Pulseaudio...

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I get an encoding error when trying to view some of the logs in /var/log.
You can try to view the logs with cat, vi, or tail. See
Code:
man cat
man vi
man tail
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I need your guideance. I cannot seem to find which log might display this error. The CPU issue seems to only happen when I am asleep.

Anyway, I know that I should not be driving this system as I am unqualified. LOL I am learning more and more though.

I had the error last night, what log might tell me what happened?
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I'd check all logs in the /var/log/ directory.
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I am not finding any hints in these logs.

I have turned off the email reports in OpenX. We are thinking that there may be a relationship to the reports generation in OpenX and the CPU issue. More to come...
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