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London web/geo developer. OpenStreetMap.org enthusiast and volunteer mapper/wiki gardener/developer/event organiser. Working for placr.co.uk


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comment 'inode table usage' spiking every morning at 8am
It certainly looks like something scheduled, but I can't see anything in the root or my user crontab. I even tried this bash script: stackoverflow.com/questions/134906/… to check if there was some cron stuff I was missing. Any other schedule mechanisms I could check (beyond cron) ? I wondered about postgres autovacuum, but I think that's more regular than daily
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comment apache server-status not found. check if mod_status is enabled
Will do, just as soon as I have enough reputation to vote :-)
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comment Munin - apache_watch_ plugin, does not show any data in the graphs that shows activity for per vhosts
There's a related question here: serverfault.com/questions/328851/… With a solution which worked for me, plus some diagnostic steps you might find useful
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