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nirajmchauhan
03-29-2011, 07:01 AM
How to track server load?
I am using VPS with centos 64 bit, 512 MB RAM and running 2 wordpress sites in it.

Regularly I am facing server down problems, then I have restart the server to get the sites live again, my sites doesn't have heavy traffic.
In
top command I see that httpd and mysql are running high, I want to track the files which are causing heavy load,

How to track them?

oesxyl
03-29-2011, 07:17 AM
How to track server load?
I am using VPS with centos 64 bit, 512 MB RAM and running 2 wordpress sites in it.

Regularly I am facing server down problems, then I have restart the server to get the sites live again, my sites doesn't have heavy traffic.
In
top command I see that httpd and mysql are running high, I want to track the files which are causing heavy load,

How to track them?
use WP_DEBUG, WP_DEBUG_LOG, WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY in your wp-config.php, see wordpress documentation for details.

best regards

nirajmchauhan
03-29-2011, 07:48 AM
use WP_DEBUG, WP_DEBUG_LOG, WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY in your wp-config.php, see wordpress documentation for details.

best regards

Hey thanks, I figured out small small problems, which I am solving it, will update you if this doesn't solves the load of my server

:)

Inigoesdr
03-29-2011, 08:37 PM
You can use a caching plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-super-cache/) to help out with the load a little.



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