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answered Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage
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comment Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage
hm..Ok.Anyway there are some explanation that I think which we can refer for the command description : here
Mar
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comment Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage
I've run the command as mention several times for a long time on each diagnostics.The output are almost similar with the one post above.Mysteriously the CPU resources right now showing 40 - 70 % output although I didn't do anything else towards the firewall. Maybe there are something else are affecting our firewall?btw, can you explain to me each column which represent the output above.Cause I'm not sure which part should I look at.
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comment Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage
@TildalWave I've already put the output for #diag sys top command above.I want to test #diag test app ipsmonitor 99 command but there are many user currently using the internet.So I cannot restart the firewall.
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comment Fortigate 200A firewall CPU high resource usage
so far from my end, nothing unusual network activity behind the firewall.but there is possibility for the attack as you have mention. I've also tried to disable some of the service in order to reduce the CPU resources but I'm unable to stop the service (for example: ips,antivirus, etc..).It showing me this error 'CFG_CMDBAPI_ERR'
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comment procmail recipe to filter email to multiple folders
i don't think that this is possible.Because actually the information on the subject represent the phone number of the customers.So the number that available in the "Subject" are very random.The only constant between these numbers are 60 which are country code.Perhaps I can use the sed / awk in the recipe to filter this?
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comment /etc/rc.local doesn't execute apache tomcat startup script on boot
nope..its not working.regardless,what I want is the command to run apache startup script under /etc/rc.local not creating a new chkconfig
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comment /etc/rc.local doesn't execute apache tomcat startup script on boot
yup its centos5 that command need to be put into rc.local is it?I've already done that but there is still no file created in the /tmp folder
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