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Old 07-16-2007, 07:12 AM   #1
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Lightbulb Fighting back server load

Has anyone else noticed the locked problem relative to server load?

I am running phpdig 1.85 and I guess it does beg the question from anyone in the know ... "are sites supposed to remain locked in the site list after a job has run" or is this a bug in the version I am learning.

I found that the sites were remaining locked in the web admin.
The server was running wild with load.

When I stopped the the domains remaining locked after being spidered, the load average was under 0.25 including all other activities and acceptable during a spider session of 38 domains in a called text file.

I expect after reading the forums for a week or so, that some of you experienced users with large setups might see a variation on the server load but does any one have a thought on the locked scenareo mentioned above

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Old 08-08-2007, 05:44 AM   #2
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I'm not quiet sure if I understand, what your problem is. Can you try to describe a little more detailed what you mean?

Highest cpu load with multiple spiders running in parallel should be on the database.
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