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  • mattr

    (@mattr)


    My ISP has just shut down one of my two wordpress sites – because it was ‘overusing’ resources…apparently looping and causing 100% utilisation on the server :<

    I have one site (working) at http://www.mattrutherford.com and one I was just setting up (now a holding page) at http://www.mattr.co.uk – I followed the same process for installing – but now I have this problem.

    Does anyone have any ideas what could cause this?

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  • Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Please list your WordPress version and the plugins that were active on the two blogs that were shutdown.

    mattr

    (@mattr)

    OK…had to check that out – http://www.mattr.co.uk (the failed one) is the latest (1.5.1.3 – downloaded on Monday) – only plug in active was WYSI-Wordpress.

    My other site http://www.mattrutherford.com is working fine, on 1.5.1 with a whole host of plugins…

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    Ask your ISP for a report. It would be helpful to have one.

    mattr

    (@mattr)

    Just done that – but i think its gonna be Monday morning…

    angsuman

    (@angsuman)

    Ask them to restart and see if it happens again. Chances are that could solve it.

    BTW: Who is your hosting provider?

    davidchait

    (@davidchait)

    Yeah, who’s your host? I dislike hosts that just shut down a site and don’t work with you to bring it back up…

    -d

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    If they do bring your blog back, ask them to restart the server, and try running your blog without the WYSI-WordPress plugin for a while.

    angsuman

    (@angsuman)

    Use wp-cache 2 plugin. It will dramatically improve your cpu usage.

    And who is your host please.
    I will make it a point to avoid them like bubonic plague 🙂

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