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Load is too High - please check my screenshot

#1 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 7:13 am

I already installed dedicated server for fileserver with cpanel + apache + litespeed license
for the first time about 1 days so far so good
but now traffic is too load and high

_http://www.imagegratis.com/hosting/uploads/f22051a1f3.jpg

any solution for build fileserver in dedicated server?

Right now I should clear cache and restart httpd liteserver for refresh again and again.

I need help...........

Dulci
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#2 Postby Dulci » Nov 04, 2010 8:39 am

just use a fileserver with no panel or whatever and no xen.. and 10 % cpu is not to high.

ankurs
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#3 Postby ankurs » Nov 04, 2010 9:09 am

Dulci wrote:just use a fileserver with no panel or whatever and no xen..

+1
Dulci wrote:and 10 % cpu is not to high.

its not 10% , its 10

ideally max should be = number of cpu cores

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#4 Postby Anturaju93 » Nov 04, 2010 9:56 am

I your server is single core, 1.3 1.7 load is to hight. Buy a server with 4+ cores, usually if you have a 4 cores CPU it can support 4.0 load without any problems, but single core CPU cant handle 1+ loads without slowing down.

idupload
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#5 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 10:00 am

ankurs wrote:
Dulci wrote:just use a fileserver with no panel or whatever and no xen..

+1
Dulci wrote:and 10 % cpu is not to high.

its not 10% , its 10

ideally max should be = number of cpu cores

may you guide me to build fileserver with dedicated server command
I know to install nginx, liteserver, but for web server I almost used virtualmin or cpanel or direct admin

could you guide me to setup file server like command to build
Requirements:
* Perl > 5.005 ver. [http://www.perl.com/download.csp]
* LWP, DBI, DBD::mysql Perl modules
* MySQL database >= 4.1 ver. [http://www.mysql.com]
* Apache mod_rewrite module, mod_headers module (optional)
* .htaccess files enabled [http://www.tutorio.com/tutorial/enable-mod-rewrite-on-apache]
* GD lib, GD perl module (optional) [http://www.libgd.org/Downloads]


I try to input command like this :
yum install perl-libwww-perl
yum install gd
yum install perl-db_file

for running server I will used litespeed license but for for requirements I still needs guide from you guys, its especially guide from you ankurs

idupload
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#6 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 10:02 am

Anturaju93 wrote:I your server is single core, 1.3 1.7 load is to hight. Buy a server with 4+ cores, usually if you have a 4 cores CPU it can support 4.0 load without any problems, but single core CPU cant handle 1+ loads without slowing down.


I used Quad Core 9300 for fileserver with ram 8GB and HDD 2TB x 2 (raid 0), I think this is 4 core.


and another dedicated server I used i7 with hdd 2TB and ram 8GB too. But this is so far so good...

idupload
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#7 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 10:06 am

By the way how to implement to protect our fileserver from users download with to many request download?

more than 3 digits, let say 140 request.
Its make httpd apache litespeed going down...

Right now I only ban that Ip and restart ip tables... solve but not too long...
many users want to download with too many request...

I already go here
_http://deflate.medialayer.com/

but its not used for me, how bout you?
I hope from this forum discussions we could have a new solution.

ankurs
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#8 Postby ankurs » Nov 04, 2010 10:24 am

idupload wrote:By the way how to implement to protect our fileserver from users download with to many request download?

more than 3 digits, let say 140 request.
Its make httpd apache litespeed going down...

Right now I only ban that Ip and restart ip tables... solve but not too long...
many users want to download with too many request...

I already go here
_http://deflate.medialayer.com/

but its not used for me, how bout you?
I hope from this forum discussions we could have a new solution.

this is the reason you need nginx, apache cant cope up when traffic/connections increases

you should get someone to manage your server, look around for server management companies or get a managed server, as you dont know much about linux

idupload
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#9 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 10:32 am

ankurs wrote:
idupload wrote:By the way how to implement to protect our fileserver from users download with to many request download?

more than 3 digits, let say 140 request.
Its make httpd apache litespeed going down...

Right now I only ban that Ip and restart ip tables... solve but not too long...
many users want to download with too many request...

I already go here
_http://deflate.medialayer.com/

but its not used for me, how bout you?
I hope from this forum discussions we could have a new solution.

this is the reason you need nginx, apache cant cope up when traffic/connections increases

you should get someone to manage your server, look around for server management companies or get a managed server, as you dont know much about linux


okay I will take service from sibsoft about nginx to all my dedicated server.

May I asked you for 3 thinks ankurs?
1. Which Dedicated server the best fileserver
- ram 2GB with 1TB processor let say dual core
or Core 2 duo 9300 ram 8GB with 2TB hdd or last for i7 with ram 8GB hdd 2TB

2. Let say nginx already setup in dedicated server
One dedicated server could have 5 IP public until 14 IP it depends on you needs.
Can I create fileserver name sub domain like :
server1.domain.com
server2.domain.com
server3.domain.com

with 1 system nginx dedicated server as fileserver with 5 sub domain implement ??

3. may you guide me to build fileserver with dedicated server command
I know to install nginx, liteserver, but for web server I almost used virtualmin or cpanel or direct admin

could you guide me to setup file server like command to build
Quote:
Requirements:
* Perl > 5.005 ver. [http://www.perl.com/download.csp]
* LWP, DBI, DBD::mysql Perl modules
* MySQL database >= 4.1 ver. [http://www.mysql.com]
* Apache mod_rewrite module, mod_headers module (optional)
* .htaccess files enabled [http://www.tutorio.com/tutorial/enable-mod-rewrite-on-apache]
* GD lib, GD perl module (optional) [http://www.libgd.org/Downloads]


I try to input command like this :
yum install perl-libwww-perl
yum install gd
yum install perl-db_file

for running server I will used litespeed license but for for requirements I still needs guide from you guys, its especially guide from you ankurs

chrda
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#10 Postby chrda » Nov 04, 2010 10:40 am

If you got fileserver on the server metion above, you need to move that to a dedicated server.

Webpage need have its own server if you want to survive traffic.

Running litespeed on the webpage, and apache + nginx mod on fileservers are a good combo.

idupload
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#11 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 10:53 am

chrda wrote:If you got fileserver on the server metion above, you need to move that to a dedicated server.

Webpage need have its own server if you want to survive traffic.

Running litespeed on the webpage, and apache + nginx mod on fileservers are a good combo.


For main server I used another dedicated server with 8GB ram but hdd only 500GB

for fileserver I used 2 dedicated server
9300 core 2 duo and i7

apache + nginx (in cpanel) -> I had already setup as fileserver
fast but if drop file xfs did not recognize again, thats make me stress...

so I changed reload os my dedicated server into :
in cpanel (apache non active + license liteserver is active)

The only review I got if users not request download with many connection, cpu load is load average: 1.59, 1.00, 0.64

but when users gonna request too many to download their files, could have load average: 20.00, 19.00, 20.00

any solution and way from you?

ankurs
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#12 Postby ankurs » Nov 04, 2010 11:33 am

idupload wrote:May I asked you for 3 thinks ankurs?
1. Which Dedicated server the best fileserver
- ram 2GB with 1TB processor let say dual core
or Core 2 duo 9300 ram 8GB with 2TB hdd or last for i7 with ram 8GB hdd 2TB

2. Let say nginx already setup in dedicated server
One dedicated server could have 5 IP public until 14 IP it depends on you needs.
Can I create fileserver name sub domain like :
server1.domain.com
server2.domain.com
server3.domain.com

with 1 system nginx dedicated server as fileserver with 5 sub domain implement ??

3. may you guide me to build fileserver with dedicated server command
I know to install nginx, liteserver, but for web server I almost used virtualmin or cpanel or direct admin

could you guide me to setup file server like command to build
Quote:
Requirements:
* Perl > 5.005 ver. [http://www.perl.com/download.csp]
* LWP, DBI, DBD::mysql Perl modules
* MySQL database >= 4.1 ver. [http://www.mysql.com]
* Apache mod_rewrite module, mod_headers module (optional)
* .htaccess files enabled [http://www.tutorio.com/tutorial/enable-mod-rewrite-on-apache]
* GD lib, GD perl module (optional) [http://www.libgd.org/Downloads]


I try to input command like this :
yum install perl-libwww-perl
yum install gd
yum install perl-db_file

for running server I will used litespeed license but for for requirements I still needs guide from you guys, its especially guide from you ankurs

1. Core 2 duo 9300 ram 8GB with 2TB hdd
2. yes possible
3. Sibsoft will insall it for you, conact them or http://tinyurl.com/3ac6apa

idupload
Posts: 97
Joined: Jun 04, 2010 7:46 am
Location: Indonesia

#13 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 1:28 pm

ankurs wrote:
idupload wrote:May I asked you for 3 thinks ankurs?
1. Which Dedicated server the best fileserver
- ram 2GB with 1TB processor let say dual core
or Core 2 duo 9300 ram 8GB with 2TB hdd or last for i7 with ram 8GB hdd 2TB

2. Let say nginx already setup in dedicated server
One dedicated server could have 5 IP public until 14 IP it depends on you needs.
Can I create fileserver name sub domain like :
server1.domain.com
server2.domain.com
server3.domain.com

with 1 system nginx dedicated server as fileserver with 5 sub domain implement ??

3. may you guide me to build fileserver with dedicated server command
I know to install nginx, liteserver, but for web server I almost used virtualmin or cpanel or direct admin

could you guide me to setup file server like command to build
Quote:
Requirements:
* Perl > 5.005 ver. [http://www.perl.com/download.csp]
* LWP, DBI, DBD::mysql Perl modules
* MySQL database >= 4.1 ver. [http://www.mysql.com]
* Apache mod_rewrite module, mod_headers module (optional)
* .htaccess files enabled [http://www.tutorio.com/tutorial/enable-mod-rewrite-on-apache]
* GD lib, GD perl module (optional) [http://www.libgd.org/Downloads]


I try to input command like this :
yum install perl-libwww-perl
yum install gd
yum install perl-db_file

for running server I will used litespeed license but for for requirements I still needs guide from you guys, its especially guide from you ankurs

1. Core 2 duo 9300 ram 8GB with 2TB hdd
2. yes possible
3. Sibsoft will insall it for you, conact them or http://tinyurl.com/3ac6apa


I already sent mail but may be admin still busy not yet ready my email.
ankurs, may I know your file server?
I mean configuration installation ?

ankurs
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#14 Postby ankurs » Nov 04, 2010 2:40 pm

i am using dual core and core2quad on my fileservers

main thing you would need is hardware raid 10, if you have high traffic

idupload
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#15 Postby idupload » Nov 04, 2010 7:29 pm

ankurs wrote:i am using dual core and core2quad on my fileservers

main thing you would need is hardware raid 10, if you have high traffic


ankurs what do you mean raid 10 for main server?
main server need big hard drive too?

Please explain me more.... pardon me if I was wrong


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