I've recently moved host after having downtime problems, I narrowed it down to exceeding a limit of maximum concurrent mysql connections, even though we have minimal traffic on a newly starting community. However, things still aren't running as smooth as I'd like. Occasionally pages are taking much too long to load. I've enabled debug mode to try and work out what's wrong, and initially thought it was a bad query in an add-on.. With the add-on disabled (as well as Twitter and Facebook integration) things are better, but not perfect. I've just recorded this result on the forum index; Code: SELECT data_key, data_value FROM xf_data_registry WHERE data_key IN ('options', 'languages', 'contentTypes', 'codeEventListeners', 'cron', 'simpleCache', 'routesPublic', 'nodeTypes', 'bannedIps', 'discouragedIps', 'styles', 'displayStyles', 'smilies', 'bbCode', 'trophyUserTitles', 'reportCounts', 'moderationCounts') Run Time: 10.951694 Which looks like a stock query. I'm on a shared hosting package, but we're still not personally seeing any kind of traffic. Surely I shouldn't be having this headache so early on? I've been running 1.0.2, and am just now upgrading to 1.0.4 to see if there's any improvement on things.. Is there anything I can do? Or should I look to move host again? I'm currently with Pixel Internet (Business Plan).