A new script management system has been implemented. All basic system functions are covered (router updates, data retrieval, graph updates, email sending, email parsing, etc.). For each process, the time of the last start and the average running time are recorded. If the allowed running time of a script has been exceeded, the script will not be allowed to run until this setting is reset. That happens every hour on the hour. At the same time, an email notification is sent to the administrator as well as to the ISPadmin technical support department (debug @ We will use these emails for analysis of individual processes and their subsequent optimization. You can deactivate the sending of such notifications with the help of the ps_manager_send_info item in Settings Syst. settings General.


This system is supposed to prevent the server from becoming overloaded and to prevent system resources from being exhausted. Potential issues with system performance are thus avoided. It is important for you to react somehow to these notifications. You should check the perfomance of your system and possibly contact the ISPadmin technical support department.


We would like to assure you that the above-mentioned email notifications do not contain any personal or other sensitive data. They are used solely for the purposes of system development and optimization as well as for the purposes of ISPadmin technical support provision (in cases where issues with individual processes are dealt with).


You can check the current status of individual scripts by running the script /usr/local/script/ispadmin/ debug from the system console. In the list that appears on the screen, scripts that have been temporarily suspended are marked in red. In the Running time column, the average running time of each script is displayed. In the Cycle column, the allowed running time of each script is displayed. Scripts marked in green are running processes.



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