Thứ Bảy, 14 tháng 5, 2016

How to solve resource limits on VPS ?

I consider how to approach this - whether this is the issue of our facilitating organization or...? 
We have six destinations, guests per site every day around 500, 180, 80, 50, 50 and 20. Three locales use Amazon CloudFront. 


The destinations have the lates WP introduced, are frequently filtered, modules somewhere around 10 and 20. No hacking inconvenience, utilizing Wordfence. Utilizing php 5.6.

As indicated by a dashboard gadget, the locales use somewhere around 50 and 60MB, max set to 128 or 256MB.



The VPS has 4GB of Ram, always appearing around 3GB being possessed.

We are routinely running into issue with specific bots who are examining a site. At that point the assets appear to be pushed to the limit and the entire server runs down with the six locales. We have been hindering a few bots. I now see that when I utilize WebsiteAuditor to check the webpage that it additionally cuts down the entire VPS, not only the webpage I am examining.

900 guests for each day through and through don't appear to be much to me for a server of that size - I know others on a mutual server that have comparable volume.


Facilitating backing is not useful in this way. They continue indicating at activity and offer an arrangement redesign.

Contingent upon which server stack and other programming is running on the virtual machine (VM) itself, a perpetual 3 GB memory use seems somewhat high to me considering only 6 WP introduces with under 1000 aggregate day by day hits.

I think enhancing the WP destinations and VM asset you as of now have is desirable over updating your arrangement, however without knowing more about your locales and server setup, it's hard to pinpoint where the issue, assuming any, might exist.
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