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Excessive resource usage: multigam (13010)

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Time: Tue Sep 25 20:37:54 2012 +0200

Account: multigam

Resource: Virtual Memory Size

Exceeded: 224 > 200 (MB)

Executable: /usr/bin/php

Command Line: /usr/bin/php /home/multigam/public_html/forums/index.php

PID: 13010

Killed: No

What is with all of this? :blink:
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That's a CSF notice saying the php file (/home/multigam/public_html/forums/index.php) used more than 200MB of RAM. (Well, PHP running that file did). "multigam" is the account on the server that ran the file, i.e. your account.

If it's a dedicated server, you need to tune /etc/csf/csf.conf and restart csf and lfd. Otherwise, talk to your host/server management people.

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Edit the config file, and change the values of interest to you. I would strongly recommend reading the file - every value is documented in excruciating detail which should make it quite easy to pick out the ones you want to change. If you're only interested in tuning out this particular alert (not recommended!) then just find the "Process Tracking" section of the file and change PT_USERMEM. Once you've done that, you need to run "csf -r" and "service lfd restart".

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