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max_execution_time = 30 ; Maximum execution time of each script, in seconds
max_input_time = 60 ; Maximum amount of time each script may spend parsing request data
memory_limit = 32M ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (32MB)
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Sir this is a vps and let me say that when you check the image you could see each client creating its own php and httpd session That is mean for every client my apache using 200 mb ram for a vbulletin form (Not for db it is on another server) I have added 8 gb ram to this server and when my server gets 40 hits at the same time totally to all my sites It is down because it is over the swap and physical ram 40*200 = 8000 mb Without db connection for 40 client at the same time using 8 gb is logical ?
There is nothing with physical problems here it is a simple maths problem I have 8gb ram and each client uses 200 mb totaly with php and httpd so 40 client is make my all server down On asp.net runs only one instance for 400 client and file4share.net is my site also i have seen there 1000 people at the same time without using more then 1 gb ram Please check this careffuly this is not a hardware issue
The usage you are referring to is the virtual size of the task.
RES -> (53M, 45M, etc in the image) is the amount of RAM used by those processes and MEM -> shows the same in %
When you say 500 clients connect to your server, do you mean that your site gets 500 simultaneous hits ?
vbulletin, wordpress etc are database driven and such a huge number of hits will definitely overload the server.
You need to discuss with your service provider (or decide on your own) and get a dedicated server for the site that gets more traffic.
I understand your concern and know that you have opened many tickets regarding this, but we will be able to fix cpanel related issues only. You should address these memory problems with your service provider and server administrator.
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