[CentOS] Re: how can I stress a server?

Scott Silva ssilva at sgvwater.com
Wed Nov 19 00:48:20 UTC 2008


on 11-17-2008 11:13 PM Rudi Ahlers spake the following:
> Hi all,
> 
> I have a server, with an Intel DG35EC motherboard, Q9300 CPU, 8GB
> Kingston DDRII RAM which can't take a lot of load. I have 4 XEN VPS's
> on there, which doesn't consume more than 4GBM RAM at this stage. Yet,
> the machine sky rockets at some times. I've moved the XEN VPS's to
> another server, with 4GM RAM, and it doesn't cause the same problems.
> 
> So, apart from memtest86 how else can I stress test the server to find
> out what the problem is?
> 
> 
how can I stress a server?

Tell it the printer is pregnant?

Sorry... I couldn't resist.  ;-P

It has been a long day.


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