Your script /home/xxx/public_html/calendar.php was causing extremely high processing:
CPU Usage - %6.37
MEM Usage - %2.38
Number of MySQL procs (average) - 1.50
Top Process %CPU 91.50 /usr/bin/php /home/adkins92/public_html/individual.php
Top Process %CPU 88.70 /usr/bin/php /home/adkins92/public_html/source.php
Top Process %CPU 39.00 /usr/bin/php /home/adkins92/public_html/calendar.php
As such, the script has been chowned to root with 000 file permissions.
--Any thoughts or comments on how to address this?
Search engines have no business looking at the calendar.php script. Do you have a robots.txt file? If so, what's in it?
Here's mine, as it relates to PGV:
There are some search engines that don't respect the robots.txt file. These bastards get blocked by IP. Basically, if your log file reports a search engine's incoming URL with one of the named scripts in it, the search engine isn't respecting the robots.txt file.
When you update the robots.txt file, it may take some legitimate search engines a few days to notice the change. That's because they may cache the robots.txt file to reduce the number of file requests to the server.
Look also at function print_header() beginning at line 440 in "includes/functions/functions_print.php". The scripts listed there should really be in the robots.txt file too.
Yes, that's what I needed.