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RE: Monitoring CPU usage always zero?

From: Ugo Bellavance
Subject: RE: Monitoring CPU usage always zero?
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 09:45:04 -0400

>-----Message d'origine-----
>De : Martin Vernooij [mailto:address@hidden
>Envoyé : 21 juillet, 2004 09:25
>À : This is the general mailing list for monit
>Objet : RE: Monitoring CPU usage always zero?
>>>During testing I had a small script running, doing wget's of
>>>webpages on
>>>this server, and 'top' showed 0% idle and around 10 httpd processes
>>>eating all cpu. I can't find why monit sees 0% CPU and I'm sure the
>>>server is fully loaded by httpd process. Any suggestions?
>>Could it be because monit would be monitoring the parent httpd
>>(run by root), who forks into childs (run by nobody or
>>apache)?  The parent httpd effectively doesn't use much cpu.
>>The childs are working hard :).
>That's 100% true. But when I use the web interface of monit, it does
>count the memory of it's children, but not the total cpu usage.
>According to the documentation of monit, cpu usage should be
>reported/monitored including the children.

You're right.  I guess only a developper could help you then.  Sorry.

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