Re: [webalizer] webazolver, could it cause the system overload?
- Well, I think that webazolver uses BIND quite a lot. If BIND has memory
leaks, then webazolver will hit all of them several times each.
--- richmondsearain <huizhang66@...> wrote:
> I am using freebsd. I set up the cron works to call webazolver andEnric Naval
> webalizer on over dozen sites on my server every early morning.
> Recently, I have two incidents that my server were running out of the
> resources/memory, only some dns services, http services, database
> connections working, some dns services, http services, or database
> connections were shut off. Eventually, the server would run out of
> the air in a few hours and totally shut down.
> These two incdients happend around the time I set up the cron to run
> webazolver and webalizer. Usually, the webazolver will take a long
> time, 3 mintues to 10 minutes to finish on the dozen sites. I wonder
> could the webazolver overload the BIND and finally overload the whole
> I had run into BIND memory leak problems before but we install the
> most current BIND and it seemd that the BIND memory leak was fixed.
> I also don't know if the webazolver has anything to do with the
> previous BIND memory leak.
> Plus, the webazolver created the cache file over 2 MB. Usually it
> will only have no more than a few hundreds addresses a day to deal
> with. Is the size of cache file rihgt?
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