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The process is writing data to a remote disk mounted on /home There's probably your answer. Process state D is not DOWN, it is uninterruptible sleep and typically means some I/O to finish. As you have a network share, depending on conditions it might not show as I/O wait to you, and might not consume much CPU as your system is waiting. However, for you ...


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If the CPU is not busy, then your process is presumably waiting for something external. I'd imagine there's a good chance you'd make sense of it by looking at what system calls are taking longest with strace. Falling that, try using a profiler to find out what the code is doing. Does your code use mmap'd IO? I'm thinking that might not get reported as ...


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Whatever performance problem you're experiencing (or planning to experience - because trust me, it will happen) is due to the RAM. Even for a single site and an SQL database, 512 MB of RAM is too low, let alone several sites and game servers. Separate each service into its own server or VM (especially the game servers - I wouldn't trust them in terms of ...


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If you are running PHP on Apache, I don't think so. If you are running Tomcat like i am, then yes, Java threads will run on each CPU. So it very much depends on what you are doing. Of course, if you have a web server and database, then each should be able to run on a different CPU, and that should improve performance as well. I am running 512Mb server on ...



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