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Server load spikes after yum update and Laravel installation

The Platform: Centos 6.3 PHP 5.4.30 Apache 2.2.15 mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.37, for Linux (x86_64) using readline 5.1 4 CPUs 12 GB RAM 1TB Hard Disk Prefork Settings for Apache <IfModule ...
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Load Balancing - PHP/Mysql [closed]

I have a server which relies heavily on a MYSQL database. Recently, there have been load issues and max mysql connection issues. My idea is to have a primary server with the php code and files and a ...
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Listing all httpd accesses

I have a server with several domains. The server is having a heavy load but I don't know what domain is the guilty one. Is there a way to list on terminal the load per server? or what servers are ...
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Apache stops serving requests when connections increase [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Apache performance issue, after “1000 total children” Apache no longer responds to HTTP requests. Not MaxClients issue? The values for MaxClients, ...
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php-fpm: very high server load

Since today my webserver (nginx + php-fpm + mysql on a VPS) is very slow. htop says: 1 [|||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||100.0%] Tasks: 63 total, 13 running 2 ...
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A good long term strategy to support the increasing workload [closed]

Let's make this simple. I have a website hosted on a single dedicated server (LAMP). All static content are alraedy on an external CDN. PHP pages aren't a problem because they take pretty low time to ...
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5answers
3k views

Load average is high but resources are not fully used

As far as I can tell, the load average on my server (Ubuntu Linux 8.04.1) is way too high, and in practice I see it slows down or stops serving during peak hours. It's a fairly stock LAMP powering a ...
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4answers
715 views

Server load spikes several times a day, load average for the past month is 5 times the load average all year

My Munin notifications set up for our (Debian) LAMP cluster have been notifying me continuously that our load on our production machine has been at dangerous levels. While the average load all year ...
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Unexplained High Load Averages

I am getting rather strange high load averages on one of my VPS', I am not a server admin by nature, rather a website developer that has learnt the basics over the years. I am however very experienced ...
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2answers
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LAMP stack on 64bit, 16 core box chews up 100% CPU

===SOLVED=== This issue was solved. Turns out that ImageMagick has trouble with multiple CPUs. Compiling ImageMagick to use one CPU solved the problem. ================ I added a new web server as ...
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load on php mysql linux performance

I have multiple scripts under PHP execution on linux server, which do constant operations on MySQL residing on the same server. I observed that many 'deadlocks' and 'longer wait timeout exceeded' ...
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1answer
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Which PHP script is overloading my VPS?

Is there a way to get the PHP script filename that is currently hammering my VPS? For example, when I view "top", I see: PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND 7622 itil ...
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Server impact of common shared files across hundreds of sites

I am working for a client running a HostGator Dedicated Server with hundreds of sites on it. Since there will be some common files between them I am contemplating doing the following: creating a ...
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2answers
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How to determine approximate maximum number of requests?

I'm building a quite simple web application, and need to get some rough understanding of how much load my server can take. Of course, this depends on a whole lot of factors, but I just need a rough ...
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2answers
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How to calculate server bandwidth / load estimates?

What's either a good rule of thumb or a method to estimate load on a Windows server for a php application? How do I estimate bandwidth required for 1000 users on the site, or 10,000?
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Apache gets “clogged” with certain requests

I have a very odd intermittent issue. It occurs on a shared hosting server running CentOS and Apache/2.2.8, serving mostly PHP based websites at a rate of between 10 - 30 requests/sec. 3.5 GB RAM, ...