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Vps linux question for hosting

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by gundamwing, Feb 7, 2012.

  1. gundamwing

    gundamwing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    ok guys need your answer
    i just rent new vps
    and after setup cpanel etc
    its show 39% memory Usage 394.67 MB of 1 GB Used
    its been 2 days 39% memory Usage .


    im not added anything or live website


    is it normal ?
     
  2. gundamwing

    gundamwing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    bump, after i reboot memory still showing Memory Usage
    36% to high for empty vps
    what do you think guys?
     
  3. agente808

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    obviously, you are right, it's way way way too high - you should check with the customer support to get it fixed
     
  4. XScarAudio

    XScarAudio Newbie

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    Do you have mysql running on it? Services like that hold memory in case they need it
     
  5. gundamwing

    gundamwing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    is empty vps fresh new
    and the funny things support said spamd overload lol...
     
  6. gundamwing

    gundamwing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    prove
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    i will make a bad bad review testimonial and all chat log
    if they not refund and take this problem easy .
     
  7. extremephp

    extremephp BANNED BANNED

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    You have WHM/CPanel running and hence all services like apache and mysql is running on your VPS.

    If you make a bad review about this, people will shit on you, because this is how it is.
     
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  8. gundamwing

    gundamwing Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    lol i think you are friend of them :) funny
    i have 5 vps and 4 dedicate server
    do you want me show all my gear ?
     
  9. agente808

    agente808 Regular Member

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    I have 3 VPS and even pretty loaded with accounts, none of them run with the memory that high.

    If spamd is running that high, it's either because the root domain is getting massive spams or because there's an error in the configuration.

    Have you tried restarting spamd or even a graceful reboot?

    If the host can't figure out that's a problem, they deserve a bad review...
     
  10. XScarAudio

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    I have to agree. Those interfaces fire up default services and hold memory. What else did you install as 'etc'?

    To the point of a simple mail server taking no memory, that would be accurate, but any time you install web interfaces, etc that require resources, you'll see memory held. Try stopping apache, etc and run a top and see what is still using memory. Without seeing WHAT is using that memory, you're shooting in the dark
     
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    It should be using some but no where near that much.

    Spammed server? It's a VPS! Change provider if they are not going to be helpful simple.
     
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    Hostwinds Power Member UnGagged Attendee Enterprise Member

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    Nitros Power Member

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    That's why I use webmin on all my machines :)
     
  14. mazgalici

    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    is normal, Linux is always trying to use all the RAM
     
  15. sialbrijendra

    sialbrijendra Newbie

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    The usage is fine if you have installed cpanel on it
     
  16. sockpuppet

    sockpuppet Junior Member

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    why don't you use ps or top to find the consumer
    Code:
    ps aux | sort -n -k5
    
    or
    Code:
    top