Start a new ec2 server so you can see whether the issue is app or configuration based.
If you have something like Google analytics check your statistics. Do you have many users? Are you aware of that?
Then, try to find your sysadmin…[quote=“xunga, post:5, topic:29230”]
I’m currently running Meteor, Elasticsearch, Mongo and Kibana. Should this services start automatically at the reboot?
It depends on your set up, so it’s difficult to say.
Don’t know if this will help you, but I had something similar at Digital Ocean. My website crashed every 2.5 days with a CPU going over 100%. No errors, no apparent reason. In the end I tried a more expensive package, with more RAM. So far, so good, the problem did not occur for more than 4 days now.
I don’t know for sure. So far so good. I kind of regret my decision to do it in Meteor anyway and I am tired of finding solutions for all kinds of problems. The 1(!)Gb package that I have right now can be cancelled at any time, so as soon as I get the same problem, I ditch it. I feel your pain! Good luck man.