I've always been at stable, just a lot of the new features in this release will be very useful for me. I was debating if I should switch to RELEASE but I want to make sure nothing will go haywire.@ppc: If you want minimal problems, move to STABLE. What we are discussing here is on RELEASE only atm.
Hmmmmm. Okay. Yeah, I'm on a different server (VZ01 in the new datacenter). Just thought we might have been on the same server or such. I'm still running 2.0.6x for Apache.I am on VZ44 and I don't use spam assassin, while the traffic for my sites has increased somewhat, I am not quite sure if it alone is responsible for more ram consumption.
Could the switch from Apache 2.0.6x to 2.2.x cause this?
BryanThere was obviously something going on with the server, but the only thing Support could tell me was that it was my SA usage...even after I told them that wasn't the problem at all.
I'm really starting to lose faith in the support folk. First spamassassin, now this? They checked the server after loads had already dropped, and cpsrvd-ssl isn't miraculously going to cause a jump from 0.00 to over 11.00 in about 5 minutes. Not happening.We have checked your server and we could see lot of 'cpsrvd-ssl' services which were consuming more memory in the server. From the thread 'http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=75197&highlight=cpsrvd-ssl', you can see that, some of the cPanel versions are having this bug. So, we have updated the cPanel of your VPS to get all latest fixes.
Now the server load and resource usage are quite normal.
I'm dying to know if you had a problem about an hour ago. Everything quit on me. The only chance I was able to look at the server. the load was 11.67. Then everything completely died. Email (send and receive) all timed out, as did SSH, VZ, WHM, cPanel, all web pages, etc.