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High Server Load

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by macmartins, Jul 6, 2004.

  1. macmartins

    macmartins Well-Known Member

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    Hi!

    My Server Load is up then 10.00 or 15.00 (for 4 Cpu's) in a large part of the day...May be this a problem?
    The CPU is Dual XEON 2.4Ghz whith 2Gb RAM

    Anybody can say me probably whis it's happening?

    --macmartins
     
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    kris1351 Well-Known Member

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    There could be lots of reasons, you could post what processes are running at the time loads are high. Optimizing Apache and MySQL will be the first things you want to do. Also, you should run /scripts/installzendopt to put in Zend optimizer. This will help with PHP scripts.

    There are a million different things that could be causing load like that including Backups running at an odd time. That is a huge load for a Dual Xeon. You can run 200+ sites on those normally.
     
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    macmartins Well-Known Member

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    Hi kriss, thanks for your information...How can I install zend optimizer?...This script helps with php and mysql?
     
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    Hi,

    I'm french and newbie on this board, so can excuse my broken english.

    I had two dedicated servers since 2 months, and that is more powerfull than shared hosting but I don't know how install zend two ?

    please help me :(

    thanks

    ayor
     
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