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outoforder2day:
If it's a virt and you haven't changed anything, it's probably a noisy neighbor. Not much you can do about that except open a ticket with your host provider to help troubleshoot.
In AWS, you can restart the system and it will move to another hypervisor.

Mr. Bill:

--- Quote from: outoforder2day on April 10, 2018, 03:28:06 PM ---If it's a virt and you haven't changed anything, it's probably a noisy neighbor. Not much you can do about that except open a ticket with your host provider to help troubleshoot. ...

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It's a dedicated server.  Archer opened a ticket but they didn't provide any useful information.


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Yup, that's the first thing we tried, and that's what's weird: nothing was using a lot of CPU.  Disk has plenty of free space, swap file not being used.

We're keeping an eye on it -- maybe we can catch it in the act and find some useful evidence.  Anyway, for whatever reason it's working plenty fast at the moment.

archer:
looks like it was something upstream, possibly in the isp. but they wont admit to anything..

outoforder2day:
Dedicated server, not a vps? Nice.
I do a lot of debugging for web and db systems in nix and windows. If you want a second set of eyes, feel free to reach out.

Mr. Bill:
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There are probably a gazillion tools for pinging a site and monitoring the response time, but I've been using this bash script:

prettyping

It runs in a terminal and uses colored blocks to output a little bar chart of response time.  With some minor fiddling it will work with httping instead of ping.



Oughta run on any Linux or Mac OS X.

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