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comment cron job occasionally not running
What if you move that particular line to another location in your crontab file? Does some other cron job then start failing? The fact that the cronjob sometimes works makes this more difficult to solve. Have you ever tried to run strace against the cron process around 21:00 and see what it does?
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answered What is making /tmp/info-html*.tmp files and how do I stop it?
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comment Linux high iowait without block device activity
If your server is connected to a 100 Mbps network, wrong duplex settings could very well cause problems similar to this one.
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answered LInux OOM custom response
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comment 500 Internal Server Error on Wordpress - BUT WORKS from a different country
It's perfectly possible to configure mod_security to react only to certain URLs, such as /wp-admin/* and ignore the rest. Of course, not even mod_security is needed for this, one can create such rules with mod_rewrite with ease. First check if there's some strange rules in your .htaccess file in WordPress root directory (or inside the wp-admin directory)