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User PHP script monitoring/checking

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by multihosting, Apr 14, 2014.

  1. multihosting

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    Hello,
    We have a hosting company and we have some issues with some clients that are overusing hosting resources. we need a solution to determinate which php script is using those resources so that we can tell the client to modify it. We know which is the client but we can't tell/ prove which script is causing the problem. We don't want to close his site, just help him find the problematic script and have him change/remove it. If there is a free or a comercial solution that is easy to use even for the unexpirienced junior support staff it would be perfect.
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    Have you considered using Cloud Linux? It would help limit an account based on resource usage. More details are available here:

    cPanel - Cloud Linux

    As for determining the source of the usage, you may want to review the domain access logs for the account to see which script is accessed most often.

    Thank you.
     
  3. osirion

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    Did you find anything multihosting? I dont know if Cloud Linux is for me...
     
  4. Ameya Barwe

    Ameya Barwe Well-Known Member

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    Its highly impossible to tell which script is causing issue as all files are connected with each other but you may check website at this link webpagetest.org which will provide you further information about optimisation.

    Also, you should consider removing any unwanted plugin or 3rd party module which are installed for your website.
     
    #4 Ameya Barwe, Apr 29, 2016
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