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VPS Cloud 1 - High Resource call


alex
20-12-2015, 17:48
Quote Originally Posted by obokar
Any suggestions ?

Currently I'm looking to replace apache with nginx, but for mysql i have no idea what should I do
try the following articles:
http://chrisgilligan.com/consulting/...g-environment/
http://www.gk-root.com/GK-Blog/optim...nelwhm-server/

obokar
15-12-2015, 17:32
Quote Originally Posted by alex
wow, very resource hungry vps, the Apache and MySQL is normally need to optimise.
Any suggestions ?

Currently I'm looking to replace apache with nginx, but for mysql i have no idea what should I do

alex
13-12-2015, 11:03
Quote Originally Posted by obokar
In the past few weeks, i get notifications from Newrelic that my resources are over 80-90% CPU and RAM. Is there a way to check what happened ?
wow, very resource hungry vps, the Apache and MySQL is normally need to optimise.

obokar
13-12-2015, 11:00
Quote Originally Posted by Criot
Have you tried using basic commands such as top to try and see the process utilizing the most resources?
Yes i did, that's why I've compiled the list above.

Criot
12-12-2015, 01:32
Have you tried using basic commands such as top to try and see the process utilizing the most resources?

obokar
11-12-2015, 16:34
Quote Originally Posted by Criot
Best to monitor your server to see what process is eating up all of the resources. What exactly are you running on the server?
I've installed the following:

- apache
- mysql
- fail2ban
- newrelic

And on regular basis apache & mysql uses 12% of both CPU & RAM.

Criot
11-12-2015, 16:14
Best to monitor your server to see what process is eating up all of the resources. What exactly are you running on the server?

obokar
11-12-2015, 15:20
In the past few weeks, i get notifications from Newrelic that my resources are over 80-90% CPU and RAM. Is there a way to check what happened ?