I started to have problems with intermittent performance of my website last year – sometimes crippling performance that would end in time-outs of my website. January was the worst month for this. I finally got someone from support at my web server company to assess this, and they say that Kadom Ads Management is the cause as it spawns multiple (4-5) PHP processes at 40MB each with 1 page view, which surpases my 90MB of available RAM.
I LOVE Kadom Ads Management. Any suggestions on how I could get this to work in a shared environment?? Thanks for you help!! Chris
Here is the original email sent from tech support:
I’m afraid I’m still seeing your processes spiking up as high as 40MB of memory usage when a page is actually being processed. It also looks like a single request is causing multiple PHP processes to spawn. Upon inspecting your access logs I think this is what’s causing it:
/wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=27 /wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=23 /wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=28 /wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=12 /wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=2 /wp-content/plugins/kadom-ads-management/view.php?id=18
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