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On Linux, blocked processes also contribute to the load averages. The command ps -Al lists all processes. In the second column (S for State) of its output you will find the process states. Most often I have processes waiting for disk "D", which are counted towards the load averages. The full list of states from the ps man page is D Uninterruptible ...


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I suppose your are on worker-mpm mode. At first you can increase the default values like this, considering your server / trafic : ServerLimit 2000 ListenBacklog 500 StartServers 100 MinSpareServers 50 MaxSpareServers 100 MaxClients 2000 The default configuration is more for testing environment. You server limit is very low for ...


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Ok, what you've got there seems very odd. You setup should look something like this: Hostname Setup: Hostname: mydomain.com Name Server 1: ns1.mydomain.com Name Server 2: ns2.mydomain.com Name Server 3: ns3.mydomain.com Name Server 4: ns4.mydomain.com Name Server 5: ns5.mydomain.com Name Server 6: ns6.mydomain.com I assume you are using a commerical DNS ...


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Currently your email is going to mx0.123-reg.co.uk and mx1.123-reg.co.uk as indicated by the MX records in your DNS zone. If you want your email to go to the host named mail.yourdomain.com (as represented by the A record in your DNS zone) then you need to change the MX record(s) to reflect that. The MX record is used to designate the host or hosts that ...


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The top info you provided doesn't necessarily mean overloading: the CPU is 35% idle the load averages aren't necessarily too big (depends on the server's intended usage) the RAM and swap info are missing Or rather, if by overloading you mean hitting some limitation, there can be various aspects of it: CPU limitation, network and/or disk I/O limitations, ...



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