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The fix was to follow the instructions at https://www.howtoforge.com/how-to-set-up-apache2-with-mod_fcgid-and-php5-on-centos-5.2. Commenting out everything in php.conf. After that mod_fcgi took over handling php in it's own process, rather than in Apache's process.
The used memory are claimed pages, not necessarily used in the VM. KSM can clear those if this is critical (I usually run it when the host hits 80% memory usage) Every virtual CPU is a process, so you get a process for every virtual core, not per VM. This is also what allows KVM to avoid gang scheduling, like you see in VMWare.
Max server memory means that your server cannot use more than that amount, not that it must use that amount. Min server memory doesn't mean it must use that amount, either; it means that once the server uses that much it doesn't surrender memory to below that amount. Basically, SQL Server uses the amount of memory it needs until it reaches the upper limit ...
You don't say what OS you are using? But 8GB for the server in total? That's just crazily low for a modern machine and when you say physical memory usage never exceeds 723MB, I'm assuming you are talking about SQL server and not as a whole for the server? Just trying to establish everything Righto have to agree with the post above, is there some sort of ...
Seems the best way to achieve taking a dump og the process as close to recycling as possible is using ProcDump Command procdump -m -ma -s 10 c:\temp\PrivateBytesLimitReached.dmp
I had this problem too. This helped me: It could be possible that the problem was GRUB not sending signal video. I've seen many threads regarding this, and it is highly probable that my VM's were stuck at this GRUB screen where you MUST select the OS to boot (giving the fact that they booted by pressing enter). ...
If you have a means to console into the server you should do so during a high load time and see what processes are hogging the most CPU usage. You may discover that you can disable or modify certain protocols to lower overhead. As stated in the other answer, if your RAM usage is not peaking and your CPU is, than your CPU is the bottleneck.
If you do not saturate your RAM, then it is not necessary to add it. However, consider that additional RAM should improve your i/o speed by virtue of disk caching. So, if your workload is read-mostly and you are suffering of high CPU iowait time, adding more RAM can be useful.
Magento is kind of a resource hog. Anyways, from what I recall, there are plugins for Magento that optimize not only the site (PHP), but also background processes such as MySQL. Im saying this because if it happens every day at the exact same time, then its Magento launching a query, its not a MySQL issue. Personally, I would either A: 1: Install ...
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