FTP not accessible after reboot

Discussion in 'General' started by bhwong, Dec 21, 2010.

  1. bhwong

    bhwong New Member

    I notice that ISPConfig3 often use high CPU cycle after running for a few weeks. So I have to reboot it quite often to resolve this problem. Recently after a reboot, I am no longer able to FTP into it. How can I check if the FTP service is running in the Terminal itself?

    Boon Hong.
  2. till

    till Super Moderator Staff Member ISPConfig Developer

    ISPConfig 3 is not a daemon, so it does not use any cpu cyles at all except for a few seconds when you write a change to disk. So if you have a problem with high load, then it is caused by another daemon on your server and not ispconfig. To find the reason for that that, you will have to find out which processes are causing that high load. The best way is to use the command top as it lists the processes that cause the high load at the beginning of the process list.


    netstat -tap | grep ftp
  3. bhwong

    bhwong New Member

    Thanks Till. Will you be able to identify what went wrong from my screen capture alone?

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  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator ISPConfig Developer

    Your FTP server is up and running. Please make sure that the firewall isn't blocking it.

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