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High Apache busy workers and high load average

I've been experiencing a spike in load average on a web server I manage on almost a daily basis now, here are the server specs: 6 x 2.4 GHz dedicated CPU 3GB RAM This is a VPS of which is running ...
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Server load avg. hitting 16-20, but all resources under 90% usage?

As you can see in the image shared below, the server load peaked to almost 20 but the CPU, RAM, DISK IO and Network I/O remained well under their full capacity. My question is: 1). What caused the ...
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High loadavg in spite of CPUs mostly idle

I have 6 KVM VMs running on a machine vs 8 CPU threads (Xeon E3) and those VMs are lightly loaded most of the time. And yet loadavg would suggest that load is ~200% of available CPU time: top - ...
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LAMP: too many connections from localhost

I'm running a ISPConfig LAMP server with Apache2 and php5-fpm. I keep wondering, why do I get to see up to 300 connection from 127.0.0.1? I just don't get it. I find out those connections by ...
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monitor load average every 1 or 5 seconds and do some actions if it's higher than ex. 5

How it can be done without writing additional daemon? P.S. I can't use cron because I need lesser time intervals. P.P.S. Debian 6 x64
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High load average, low cpu

My server has slowed down, and I don't know why. Print from top: top - 14:32:50 up 639 days, 6:30, 1 user, load average: 67.93, 70.63, 79.85 Tasks: 245 total, 1 running, 244 sleeping, 0 ...