I have a CentOS VPS on Knownhost.com. I am using it to host one Wordpress site, that currently doesn't have any traffic (not launched yet). I was getting these process tracking emails (7 different procs) constantly after Knownhost installed FastCGI.
The problem is i'm not sure what this means... I could find info on google about how to stop it, but not what it means.
Here is an example of message:
Time: Thu Apr 21 16:25:31 2011 -0400 Account: myuser Resource: Process Time Exceeded: 1855 > 1800 (seconds) Executable: /usr/bin/php Command Line: /usr/bin/php PID: 25627 Killed: No
The confusing part is that the site is not launched and there is 0 traffic. I also could not find the processes in WHM/Cpanel.
We have added the user "myuser" to the /etc/csf/csf.pignore file to prevent such fake alerts in future.
Please note that Fcgi method is only recommended for advanced administrators who understand how to tune the performance of mod_fcgid. So it is better to switch from fcgi to suphp.
Let us know if you need further assistance.
Would you guys concur with this? I am a linux noob, but I would like to think I could research enough to tune FastCGI (though honestly, I know nothing about it)
Also if it helps, this is from WHM...
Server load 0.00 (36 CPUs) Memory Used 13.50% (106188 of 786432)