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  • Zachery
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    Are you sure the current load was 6? Not just the averages?

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  • Stingraynyc
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    Originally posted by Zachery
    What are you expecing the load average limit to be doing?

    If the load is above 1, it shouldn't allow anyone but admins on the forums..

    If its not above 1 at that time then a user can get on.
    The load limit setting is completely ignored. it's usually set to "12" however it does not kick in when the load goes above 12, I have had load spikes up to "29" The load limiter has no effect at all and the board remain's wide open to both users and guests.

    I have to go in manualy and disable the guest usergroup to keep from crashing (this is with spikes of up to 1200 users at a time)

    To clarify my first post, when I set it to "1" , the load was at approx "6" - no effect

    Using:

    ded. server
    fedora linux
    VB 3.5.1
    AdminCP shows load
    Last edited by Stingraynyc; Sat 10th Dec '05, 1:47pm.

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  • Zachery
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    What are you expecing the load average limit to be doing?

    If the load is above 1, it shouldn't allow anyone but admins on the forums..

    If its not above 1 at that time then a user can get on.

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  • Stingraynyc
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    anyone have any ideas?

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  • Stingraynyc
    started a topic "NIX load limit" ignored

    "NIX load limit" ignored

    Anyone have any reason why this would be? Load avgs show up in admin panel. on dedicated server running fedora, VB 3.5

    I've even set it to a "1" and could still see the board as a guest.

    thanks in advance
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