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Mar
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asked How to edit multiple cpanel user cron jobs at once?
Mar
21
comment How to reverse usermod -s /bin/false?
@terdon Thanks OpenSSH_5.5p1 Debian-6+squeeze3, OpenSSL 0.9.8o 01 Jun 2010
Mar
21
comment How to reverse usermod -s /bin/false?
@depquid Debian Squeeze, Pro FTP, how do I find out what type of SSH?
Mar
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asked How to reverse usermod -s /bin/false?
Mar
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Mar
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accepted Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
Mar
18
comment Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
Additional question though: What does it mean if the load is below 1? Like right now, I have 0.59 (2 CPUs) green icon. Load Averages: 0.85 0.75 0.67. (I upgraded 1 more cpu core just a few hours ago).
Mar
18
comment Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
You pretty much corrected the way I understand server loads. I think I get it now. Thanks! I think what was happening to me was a combination of both examples. Most of the time everything's quite normal then at some time slower than usual, both having 30+ server load.
Mar
18
comment Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
@jaume unfortunately an admin had already upgraded the CPU and RAM even before I could redo those commands (it's cloud-based so upgrades are pretty fast).
Mar
18
comment Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
Note that I am noticing some lags but I was expecting a "catastrophic" lag instead of a minor one.
Mar
18
comment Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
@jaume processor: 0 model name: Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2630 0 @ 2.30GHz | 800MB | 19:54:24 up 58 min, 1 user, load average: 30.21, 30.41, 30.98
Mar
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asked Load average constantly 30+ but sites still loads fine?
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Mar
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accepted How to ensure incoming emails don't get lost when migrating to new server?
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Mar
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comment How to ensure incoming emails don't get lost when migrating to new server?
@Paul Yes I've root so I can shut exim down. light bulb moment So I guess all I've to do is: 1. Shutdown exim 2. Move files 3. Update DNS to point to new server 4. Turn on exim on new server. Is that it?
Mar
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comment How to ensure incoming emails don't get lost when migrating to new server?
@Paul Yes, quite many email accounts. Yes changing providers. Yes the current one handles DNS, I've root access if that matters.
Mar
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asked How to ensure incoming emails don't get lost when migrating to new server?
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