From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Sun 30 May 2004 - 03:34:51 BST
On Sat, May 29, 2004 at 03:25:20PM +0200, Dimitri Roschkowski wrote:
> >lot of cpu power in terms of processes or CPU usage?
> >a single process only adds +1 to the loadaverage
> does it mean, that if i limit the number of processes a vserver is
> allowed to have, the loadaverage can't get so high?
yep, for example using the 'nproc' flag and
setting the # of processes to 100, should prevent
a load higher than 100 ...
> >>The server and the vservers answer a ping and the ports are
> >>still open, but it accepts no connections.
> >I'd suggest checking _which_ processes are started and
> >why, if you system really needs 800+ processes, then
> >you should consider switching to RR scheduling or move
> >to a 2.6 kernel, which might handle them more gracefully
> problem is, that in most cases i come too late and can't access the
> machine, and after a reboot i have no possebility to find out, what
> software or whos vserver caused the "crash", or do i have?
well, except from logging the process count
in a well defined interval (for example with
vserver-stat) into a local or better remote
log file could give you sone hints ...
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