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Need Apache optmization for reduce RAM usage

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by cbu, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. cbu

    cbu Active Member

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    I have a Linux VPS. This VPS is Apache+Nignx. The Apache global configuration uses default settings. Its Wordpress blog uses a W3total cache (disk enhanced cache, disk HTML, JS, CSS minify, XCache for database caching, browser cache and CDN) with cloudflare.

    A few months ago I have 5,000 daily page preview, this month it reduced to 3,500 daily levels. But my VPS RAM memory usage doesn't reduce in peak and off peak time. If there are only 8-15 active visitors on all the sites (according to Google analytic) VPS RAM usage more than 1GB.

    How do I optimize Apache in this situation without reducing my performance?

    These are its information.

    Apache Global Configuration.

    Top memory usage:- top.png (highlighted each cPanel user names)

    This is my httpd.conf:- httpd.conf -
    This is my nginx (global) :- Nginx global configuration. -

    This is Apache status (off peak time).

    According to my sites average page loading time is 4 seconds (full load 7 seconds) and 480 ms First Byte Time.

    In this situation how do I reduce my RAM usage?

    Any help really appreciate.
    #1 cbu, Feb 13, 2014
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2014
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