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Physical Memory Usage > 50% all time

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lwirkk, Oct 1, 2016.

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  1. lwirkk

    lwirkk Registered

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    Hello!

    The problem started from night to day and CPANEL not have any function that shows which script is consuming server resources.

    The server has CloudLinux.

    But as there was no change in the site scripts, I can not track down the problem ...

    Here is the putty scheenshoot:
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    And CPANEL screenshoot (sorry, can not edit original post... '-')

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    Most probably physical memory is taken by disk cache for that LVE . Please check out following KB article: http://kb.cloudlinux.com/2014/08/checking-personal-users-disk-cache-if-lveinfo-show-memory-usage-but-no-processes-there/
     
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    My hosting server is very good and is checking the cause according to all the data reported. I own a shared hosting plan with CPANEL and CloudLinux.

    I found that the memory increases absurdly when accessing any database or database table. Even accessing an empty database, also happens memory peak.

    They said the support of CloudLinux said "cpanel_php_fpm" could be the cause. They have disabled this server option. After that, things improved a bit. Before giving memory peak 470mb. Now gives memory peak 370mb, but the problem continues.

    I sent the link of this post to my hosting server and they are performing all possible tests.

    Thanks a lot. :)
     
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    Hello,

    I'm happy to see your hosting provider is helping to address the issue. Feel free to update this thread with the outcome once the issue is investigated further.

    Thank you.
     
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