On Mon, 28 Jul 2003, Jamie wrote: > > > That is a good idea, thanks. We did check that though. Went through > each user's accounts checking their .forwards and procmaillrc files. > > We are running spamassassin 2.55, and in the global procmailrc file we > call spamc which connects to a spamd running on another machine. > > Are you aware of any other system utilities that might be used to > trace CPU consumption and trap problems? We've taken a lot of stabs in the > dark with what it could be, and we'd like to try some solid diagnostic > utils to shed more light. > > - Jamie
I'm not sure if this will work on 3.4 but try the following have vmstat running so you can see why the load is jumping. It could be disk I/O issues or memory. Also you want to track which processes are just starting. Do a google for freebsd system accouting to see if that can be turned on. HTH Rgds Rus www: http://jvds.com | Virtual Servers from just $15/mo MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Totally Customizable Technology e: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | forums: http://forums.jvds.com 10% donation to FreeBSD.org on each purchase _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"