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Jan
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comment Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
Please see netperf output above, also file transfers seem to work nicely.
Jan
6
comment Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
Please see Update 4 above containing MPM settings. The same website was working fine under shared hosting environment. Problem lies somewhere within the system or apache itself.
Jan
6
revised Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
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Jan
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comment Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
Yes it must be connections, I will do some tests and then post output. Thanks :)
Jan
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revised Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
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Jan
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comment Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
load averages are under 0.25, I've heard it can reach 4 for a server with 4 cores. I'm still unable to figure what's making the website slow...
Jan
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revised Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
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revised Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
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Jan
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comment Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
vmstat output shown above gives me an idea that memory, cpu, io are all in a healthy state. Apache benchmark gave that timeout error. Logs are mostly clean of any errors. Where else should I look for?
Jan
6
asked Website has become slower on a VPS, was much fast on a shared host. What's wrong?
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Aug
9
comment .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
I am using FireFTP for firefox. It also has my passwords saved.
Aug
9
comment .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
Thanks for the tip but it doesn't works. It says iptables: command not found. I am rescanning my local computer for virus using two different scanners, lets see.
Aug
9
comment .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
There is only one ftp account which I had to create to setup the hosting through there control panel. There is no way to delete/disable it.
Aug
9
comment .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
If you see the timestamps of intrusion attempt, see the hour and minute values, does it look like a bot? Also these are the only suspicious entries in the FTP logs. I believe my machine is free from malware (as reported by the scanner) and have already changed FTP password. I mostly use SSH to get things done.
Aug
9
revised .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
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Aug
9
comment .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
I am on a shared hosting and run one single website on it, all software are up to date. I cannot say much about account isolation but I have updated my question with more information. Do you think that I should ask my host to shift me to another machine?
Aug
9
asked .htaccess file hacked, how to prevent this in future?
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Dec
18
comment Website hacked again, what to do? please help
will change hosting plan soon