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  • Rostor
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    Thx James, the server is mine so I'v looked that cpu works always over 2% by Task Manager

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Thanks for your help!

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  • JamesUS
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    Originally posted by Stingraynyc


    linux
    It sounds like your host has denied you access to the 'top' command. Or if you have a dedicated server you might be able to fix this yourself.
    This could be caused by using a restrictive server administration program like Plesk.

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  • JamesUS
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    Originally posted by Rostor
    There is a way to look at server load on a W2K Server ?
    Thx
    On a Windows 2000 server there is no way to remotely look at the server load like you can on linux. The best way to look at the server load is through Task Manager (Ctrl-Shift-Escape) but you can only do that from the local console.

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Originally posted by tubedogg
    Apache is the webserver, but is the server's OS Windows or some form of *Nix?
    linux

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  • Rostor
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    There is a way to look at server load on a W2K Server ?
    Thx

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  • tubedogg
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    Apache is the webserver, but is the server's OS Windows or some form of *Nix?

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Im on apache

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  • tubedogg
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    Are you on a Windows server?

    It only works on Linux servers where you have permissions to use the 'top' command.

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Re: Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Asendin


    under Useful Admin Stuff:

    there are no stats eg: 1.23, 2.34 etc???
    nope, only what I Posted. anyone know the problem?

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Stingraynyc



    Useful Admin Stuff:

    Quick User Finder
    PHP Function Lookup
    MySQL Language Lookup
    Useful Links
    under Useful Admin Stuff:

    there are no stats eg: 1.23, 2.34 etc???

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Asendin


    as soon as you enter the Admin control panel to the right, what do you see in their?

    Useful Admin Stuff:

    Quick User Finder
    PHP Function Lookup
    MySQL Language Lookup
    Useful Links

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  • Joe Gronlund
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    Re: Re: Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Stingraynyc


    Its not there! maybe because im using the prerelease canidate? [/B]
    as soon as you enter the Admin control panel to the right, what do you see in their?

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Re: Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Jakeman

    it should be on your control panel home page in the main frame... in the table that says Useful Admin Stuff.


    Its not there! maybe because im using the prerelease canidate?

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  • Jake Bunce
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    Re: server load?

    Originally posted by Stingraynyc
    where do I see my server load? I dont see it in the Control Panel. I'm using 2.2.2
    it should be on your control panel home page in the main frame... in the table that says Useful Admin Stuff.

    Originally posted by Stingraynyc
    also on another note, how do I back up my database?
    try here: http://www.vbulletin.com/manual/backup.html

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