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Rho Delta

Well-known member
#1
We just started blowing up twitter and went from about 15 online people to a couple hundred. Our site slowed down MAJORLY. What are some things I can tweak to handle the massive load of users better?
 

ShadyX

Well-known member
#7
Something must be wrong with your host.

Adminforums is on shared hosting with 20 members/200 guests online at most times and everything is fine.
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#10
We just started blowing up twitter and went from about 15 online people to a couple hundred. Our site slowed down MAJORLY. What are some things I can tweak to handle the massive load of users better?
Can you post up your CPU utilisation, your httpd load, mysql loads and netstat loads?
 

Rho Delta

Well-known member
#15
Main Domain​
oldrow.net
Home Directory​
Last login from​
Disk Space Usage​
60.02 / 1000 MB
Monthly Bandwidth Transfer​
1294.99 / 10000 MB



Email Accounts​
3 / 10
Subdomains​
0 / 2
Parked Domains​
0 / 3
Addon Domains​
0 / 3
FTP Accounts​
0 / 2
SQL Databases​
1 / 2
MySQL Disk Space​
20.99 MB​
Mailing List Disk Space​
0 MB​
Hosting package​
Commercial​
Server Name​
serv1​
cPanel Version​
11.30.4 (build 6)​
Theme​
x3​
Apache version​
2.2.15​
PHP version​
5.2.13​
MySQL version​
5.0.92-community-log​
Architecture​
i686​
Operating system​
linux​
Shared IP Address​
206.214.211.212​
Path to sendmail​
/usr/sbin/sendmail​
Path to Perl​
/usr/bin/perl​
Perl version​
5.8.8​
Kernel version​
2.6.18-028stab070.5​
cPanel Pro​
1.0 (RC1)​
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#16
cPanel, I think I found your problem :D

Anyways, make a php file and place <?php phpinfo(); ?> in it then open it up, look for a section labeled APC.
 

Slavik

XenForo moderator
Staff member
#17
Also, you should realy update your php to 5.3, and mysql to 5.5. while your at it updating to the lastest version of apache can't hurt either.