My WordPress installation was apparently hogging Server resources at my web host
JustHost shut my website down because, according to them, I exceeded 10% of server resources. I hadn’t made any changes recently, and I don’t get that much traffic :^(
Here is what JustHost says:
There may be a memory leak in your scripts or something similar. WordPress blogs can be extremely resource intensive if you happen to experience a surge in traffic. Poorly implemented wordpress setups can place a high load on webservers and lead to interruptions of service or account suspensions for using
too many resources (we at JustHost allow up to 10% of CPU resources and up to 50 concurrent mysql connections). Here are some tips that can help you make your wordpress install more stable:
I’ve unblocked the account for the IP xx.xxx.xxx.x. Please make necessary changes in order to solve the problem and contact us when all is done. We will unblock your account totally so visitors of your website will be able to access it.
As I see your script used 65% of CPU resources, and I assume that the
installation of WP was the reason, please read following tips:
How to prevent your wordpress installation from overloading your shared server (or how to survive the digg effect on your wordpress blog):
I have no idea what a leak in a script refers too.
Anyone have some ideas about how I should proceed? Have you experienced this problem too?
Thanks in advance!
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