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SolusVM Issue

SolusVM Issue

PhilNDPhilND Member
edited October 2012 in Help

Anyone ever seen this before with SolusVM?

http://uploaddirect.co.uk/i/483677eb61c54a22850c61628a25d5dcud.png

That is the load averages of a VPS, it also matches the result of "uptime" and had taken the load on the main node to ~12

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  • Sounds like an issue with the VPS not solus due to it increasing the server load.

  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Provider

    I've seen this once before an year ago.. I am pretty sure the issue was on my node, however can't really remember what was wrong exactly. I'd try rebooting it cleanly and see if this occurs. Are you running the lates kernels as well?

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  • I think it is a kernel panic. as @Alex_LiquidHost says,just reboot the VPS and see if this occurs.

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  • AlexBarakovAlexBarakov Member, Provider
    edited October 2012

    Unlikely to be kernel panic. Usually OVZ panics and becomes completly unresponsive. Any errors spit in the logs? @PhilND

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  • MonsteRMonsteR Member, Provider

    Might be badly coded scripts on the VPS, Doesn't really look like a Solusvm Issue.

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  • @MonsteR said: Might be badly coded scripts on the VPS, Doesn't really look like a Solusvm Issue.

    This +1

  • Might be that the script that measures the load average is grabbing the wrong information from a show command.

  • KuJoeKuJoe Member, Provider

    @PhilND said: it also matches the result of "uptime"

    The "uptime" command is not a SolusVM command, but I really hope you knew that already and just incorrectly classified a VPS issue as a control panel issue.

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  • I've seen it before.

    rawr

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  • @SimpleNode Did it effect the load on the hardware node?

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  • @PhilND Nope, the load of the node itself was <2. However, running the uptime command in the VPS also showed the high load.

    loadface.jpg

    A quick reboot of the VPS fixed the problem, however I still have no idea how it happened.

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  • @SimpleNode said: A quick reboot of the VPS fixed the problem, however I still have no idea how it happened.

    Did you not run top (facepalm)

  • JackJack Member, Provider

    @Spencer said: Did you not run top (facepalm)

    Does Jath run top?

  • SimpleNodeSimpleNode Member
    edited October 2012

    @Spencer No, I did not. I ran htop :P

    rawr

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  • Also, this.

    lele

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