|If you get a timeout message similar to the one below when accessing the Brute Force Monitor (BMF) CMD_BRUTE_FORCE_MONITOR:|
Your connection has timed out
/usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/brute_log_entries.listCheck this file to see if it's large. If it is, you shrink it down, but only keeping the entries at the end of the file (end of the file has the newest entries).
Other possible affected file are the brute_user.data and brute_ip.data. Of these 2 files, it's more likely the brute_user.data is causing the slowdown, because attacks typically happen on many Users from 1 IP address. If you need to empty the brute_user.data file, type:
|I wish to have a block_ip.sh so I can block IPs through DirectAdmin|
|The dataskq is causing a high load: 100% cpu|
|Message System has too many messages - How to empty the list|
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