Here's the email <!----------email start----------> I apologize but we have just been forced to suspend a WordPress site under your account since its MySQL queries were using an excessive amount of system resources and were causing problems for other users on the server. WordPress stores essentially all of its content in its MySQL database which requires it to perform queries for every page that users browse. Because of this, the best solution to reduce system resource usage is typically to install a caching plug-in of some sort that will allow your scripts to load pages without performing any queries. Currently, We recommend using either "W3 Total Cache" or "DB Cache Reloaded". The W3 plug-in caches the results of essentially all the requests for your site, making it ideal for sites with a large number of pages. DB Cache Reloaded only caches database queries which can be more useful for sites where you are more likely to have a large number of users all visiting the same few pages at once. Additionally, if you are using the YARP (Yet Another Related Posts) plug-in, we strongly recommend disabling it or tagging plug-ins and then cleaning your database of the large amount of data they add. Another option would be to disable the "Consideration of Tags" option. YARP and other tagging plug-ins generally create large tables for a small amount and are often responsible for a large portion of the total usage as they do look-ups and continue to add tags and other data. Finally, another problematic plug-in disable is WP-Statpress or similar plug-ins. As this keeps track of a lot of data about your current visitors, if you have a lot of traffic, this can cause much additional CPU usage. <!----------email start----------> Question is, does YARP really have to do something with this issue??? My settings in Statpress only saves Data for a month. I have wp-cache installed The site they suspended have low traffic... My other sites uses the same plugins Anyone encountered this??