Here is the letter: Hello, I apologize, but I was forced to suspend the script "" as it was causing a high load on the server, and due to the nature of the problem, I forced to take immediate action for the health of the server. This appears to be a WordPress site, and we generally recommend installation WP-Super-Cache, however, from the .htaccess rules that are in place, this already appears to have been installed. Can you check to make sure that it is fully enabled, or if there are any adjustments that you can make, such as increasing the amount of time that the cache is good for? If there are not, are there any unnecessary plugins that you can disable to lower the load that this installation causes? We recommend the following plug-ins which can help to see what queries may be causing an issue, and then cache them, providing some further assistance in bringing down the load that your installation is causing: SQL Monitor: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sqlmon/ DB Cache Reloaded: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/db-cache-reloaded/ If you already have these plugins enabled, likely there might be some other cause of the load, and you may need to review your domain's recent logs to see if there might be some cause for this, such as a large number of 404 errors, as wordpress will tend to drive traffic towards it's main script. Also, please note that you should still be able to access the admin panel, and most of the site to make any modifications that you might need. What should I do? I do have wp super cache installed! should I install db cache reloaded and sqlmon too?? I am having 1000+ visitors per day wordpress site but they have suspended me right now! so what can I do to reduce my high server load?