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From Matthew Jones <msjwoz...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Unusual Traffic
Date Mon, 11 May 2009 16:04:24 GMT
Hmm it was 3 or 4 different IP's but all fetching the same files at more or
less the same time, I'll block them for now unless I hear otherwise.

Cheers.

2009/5/11 Ryan Barclay <ryan@rbftpnetworks.com>

> Not seeing anything unusual on our mirror... check to see where the
> requests are coming from... perhaps from the same IP trying to max out your
> bandwidth.
>
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> Matthew Jones wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Just wondering if anyone else is getting an unusual amount of server
>> traffic as mine is reporting as using about 150GB so far today (nearly 10x
>> normal).
>>
>> I rebooted apache about an hour ago and this tells the story...
>>
>> Server uptime: 1 hour 17 minutes 56 seconds
>> Total accesses: 2294 - Total Traffic: 12.7 GB
>> CPU Usage: u.32 s.18 cu0 cs0 - .0107% CPU load
>> .491 requests/sec - 2.8 MB/second - 5.7 MB/request
>> 30 requests currently being processed, 10 idle workers
>>
>>
>> Of course this shouldn't be a problem but just wondering if anyone knows
>> why!?
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Matt
>> (apache.mirror.infiniteconflict.com <
>> http://apache.mirror.infiniteconflict.com>)
>>
>
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