Is memcached applicable to my cPanel specs?

googol8080

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I will implement Memcached to the production site, using a shared hosting package with this kind of specs:


I/O usage = 512KB/s

IOPS = 100

Entry Process = 10

Number of Processes = 75

Physical Memory Usage = 256M.00M

Virtual Memory Usage = 768.00M

Average visits per day = 100
Website main function = displaying datas from mysql database.

Can the Physical Memory handle the Memcached hash tables?

Can this specs handle Memcached?

Thank you.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

I've moved this post to our Workarounds/Optimization forum.

It's difficult to estimate the amount of memory required based on website visits alone. I recommend reaching out to a qualified system administrator for assistance, or posting to a website such as StackOverflow, if you are unable to gather additional user-feedback here.

You may also find this resource helpful:

ProgrammingFAQ · memcached/memcached Wiki · GitHub

Thank you.
 

googol8080

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Hello,

I've moved this post to our Workarounds/Optimization forum.

It's difficult to estimate the amount of memory required based on website visits alone. I recommend reaching out to a qualified system administrator for assistance, or posting to a website such as StackOverflow, if you are unable to gather additional user-feedback here.

You may also find this resource helpful:

ProgrammingFAQ · memcached/memcached Wiki · GitHub

Thank you.
I already asked to StackOverFlow, but no answers or comments either that's why I directly goes here. My I/OKB/s often times, hits it's limit.
 

Infopro

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Sounds reasonable to me. One costs money, the other, your time.

A website on a VPS with only 100 visits a day running out of resources does seem a bit odd, don't you think? Caching might help load the site faster, but will surely use resources to do it. You could hire someone to look into this for you, as suggested, but that costs money.

If it's a wordpress site for instance, disabling all plugins and custom themes might be a nice place to start when looking for things causing resource issues and doesn't cost you a penny. Figuring out what's using up your resources is going to be more valuable to you than throwing more money at the problem. If the resources used are needed and acceptable to you, congratulations, it's time to upgrade your account, you've grown out of this one.


Only you (and your Hosting Provider) know what that site is doing. If I was you I'd start there.
 

googol8080

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Sounds reasonable to me. One costs money, the other, your time.

A website on a VPS with only 100 visits a day running out of resources does seem a bit odd, don't you think? Caching might help load the site faster, but will surely use resources to do it. You could hire someone to look into this for you, as suggested, but that costs money.

If it's a wordpress site for instance, disabling all plugins and custom themes might be a nice place to start when looking for things causing resource issues and doesn't cost you a penny. Figuring out what's using up your resources is going to be more valuable to you than throwing more money at the problem. If the resources used are needed and acceptable to you, congratulations, it's time to upgrade your account, you've grown out of this one.


Only you (and your Hosting Provider) know what that site is doing. If I was you I'd start there.
Let me correct you, I am using a shared hosting plan not a VPS, sorry for confusion. My site quite not optimized yet. I have functions that eating the time more for example, making an function to echo html elements, using of password_hash() for Csrf Token, etc, and I working on it now. And I just want to share to you my upgraded shared hosting plan:

Entry Process = 15

Number of Processes = 100

Physical Memory Usage = 512M.00M