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Is /etc/my.cnf is OK?

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by bdwebservices, Oct 15, 2011.

  1. bdwebservices

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    Hello,
    We got problem with sever load. We hosted 750 sites in this server. Most of them Wordpress and Joomla sites. Our server specification is Intel Core i7 950 Quad-Core (8 x 3.06GHz, Bloomfield) with 24GB DDR3 RAM

    Our Current my.cnf is:
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    and
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    Still server load is 13

    Any help, suggestion would be appreciate
     
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    Try to increase the query_cache_size ; join_buffer_size ; table_cache value and see if that helps. The server load increase may also due to apache and other process. You can use the top -c command to find which one is using more cpu resources also try the " mpstat -P ALL 1 " to check the %iowait status.
     
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