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Running apache on centos server, i am not able to browse my site due to huge cpu consumption, Then i monitored cpu using top command, Below is the output, php-cgi consuming huge cpu,
Ok...so what do you think we can tell you from that?
Unless you post DETAILS, there's nothing we can help you with. You don't say what version of CentOS or Apache you're using, how many sites you're hosting, network speeds, number of users, type of website(s), etc. ANYTHING that would be relevant to diagnosing a problem on a web server. Basic diagnostics would be to see if there are any error(s) in the Apache or vlogger logs, and check the programs that PHP is running. Have you done ANY of that?