phoenixweb

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:eek: When the backup try to dump an account with a mysql of 1.8 giga of data it fails.
It's a problem of RAM (or some other hardware's component), or it's just a very bad idea to dump 1.8 giga of data?

The backup is automatic.... so i cannot select to don't dump the mysql.
 

AndyReed

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phoenixweb said:
:eek: When the backup try to dump an account with a mysql of 1.8 giga of data it fails.
It's a problem of RAM (or some other hardware's component), or it's just a very bad idea to dump 1.8 giga of data?

The backup is automatic.... so i cannot select to don't dump the mysql.
Do you have enough room on the HD? You can also increase "The load average above the number of cpus at which logs file processing should be suspended (default 0):" in Tweak Settings.
 

phoenixweb

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AndyReed said:
Do you have enough room on the HD? You can also increase "The load average above the number of cpus at which logs file processing should be suspended (default 0):" in Tweak Settings.
Dear Andy,

I have FTP backup to another server, and that server have enought space, also the HD on my server is almost empty. It's not a problem of space but of course of cpus / rams.

However i cannot understand the second hint that you give me, how can suspend log file processing can help to do not fail to dump the mysql of the account?
 

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phoenixweb said:
I have FTP backup to another server, and that server have enought space, also the HD on my server is almost empty. It's not a problem of space but of course of cpus / rams.

However i cannot understand the second hint that you give me, how can suspend log file processing can help to do not fail to dump the mysql of the account?
You can ignore that. I was thinking of something else; sorry about that. if you have 1GB of RAM and no high load, you should be fine.