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4) Here is the answer from our server support:
We recommend that you check your running process to see which programs are consuming the most resources. You can view this by running the top/htop command. Subsequently, Killing these process (‘kill’ command) should return your VPS to normal performance.
Please consider the following:
To do CPU (computational) monitoring, these commands are worthwhile.
# Takes ten CPU measures over the course of 2 minutes. Reports the breakdown of overall CPU usage into categories on the right side.
vmstat 10 12
# Shows the top ten CPU-using processes by their current/instantaneous CPU usage.
ps -A -o pcpu,ppid,tgid,comm | sort -k1 -nr | head –lines=10
# Displays the ten highest CPU using commands based on their entire lifetime.
ps -A -o cputime,ppid,tgid,comm | sort -k1 -nr | head –lines=10