When this happens, is Virtualmin actually copying new files to the
new domain's home directory? You could check with a command like :
du -sk /home/newdomain
and seeing if that gets any bigger over time.
Also, how many files do you have in /etc/skel roughly?
On 11/Jan/2010 15:12 Joaquim Homrighausen <joho@...> wrote ..
> Do you remember this issue.. well, it's still with "us". Today I set up
> a new template, created yet another custom skeleton directory (we never
> use /etc/skel..), stuffed some files in it (quite a few actually), and
> then started testing creating virtualmin sites .. and once again it
> takes *ages* (as in more than 30 minutes).
> The server has minor load, etc etc.
> If I do repeated ps ax calls at the prompt, I see that the
> domain_setup.cgi script is running, from time to time I see that some
> "su .." call is being made (like chmod, etc). No errors anywhere, just
> really really slow.
> One thing that struck me with this is that on both servers where this
> occurs, we're running Ubuntu Server 8.04 LTS, while on an older SuSE
> 10.1 server things go very fast. Almost identical hardware, almost
> identical load, very different Webmin (VM) behavior. It just sits at
> "Creating home directory ..."
> Just now, I caught this with ps ax:
> 18154 ? S 0:00 sh -c su test8\.webbplatsen\.net -c mv\ \-f\
> 18155 ? R 0:00 su test8.webbplatsen.net -c mv -f \/home
> \/views\/index\.html\.webmintmp\.14357 \/home\/html\/test8\.we
> Something doesn't feel quite right (the lines have been cut off at
> around char 196).
> On Tue, 2009-11-24 at 09:58 +0100, Joaquim Homrighausen wrote:
> > No, not that I've been able to see anyway.
> > -joho
> > > So during this slow step of copying from /etc/skel , is domain_setup.cgi using
> > > up a lot of CPU?
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