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  • dandan17
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    Hello, server load average still not showing.

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  • dandan17
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    Hello,
    I removed shell_exec and ( /sbin/service httpd restart) restart apache and still don't see the "server load average"

    EDIT: I thought I removed it but I didn't, so I'll give it another try.
    Last edited by dandan17; Wed 3rd Jul '13, 9:13pm.

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  • dandan17
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    The network is down, once it's back up i'll give it a try. thanks

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  • snakes1100
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    Remove shell_exec & restart apache/nginx etc

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  • dandan17
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    That's the list ^^ ,thanks for the help.

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  • dandan17
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    disable_functions exec,passthru,shell_exec,system,proc_open,popen,curl_multi_exec,show_source exec,passthru,shell_exec,system,proc_open,popen,curl_multi_exec,show_source

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  • snakes1100
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    You probably have a php function disabled.

    Check your php info for "disable_functions", whats it list there?

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  • dandan17
    started a topic [Forum] server load average indicator

    server load average indicator

    Hello,
    In the admins control panel in "Quick Administrator Links" on users online it show the members and guest but not "server load average" how can I turn that on. my server is centos 5 and the server control panel is kloxo and the version 4.2.0. Thanks

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