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mysql is taking too much ram

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by vkblogger, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. vkblogger

    vkblogger Junior Member

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    kindly check attahed screenshot of memeory usage in my vps and tell me improvement solutions
     

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  2. HudsonWebServices

    HudsonWebServices Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Might want to reach out to your VPS provider assuming its managed
     
  3. vkblogger

    vkblogger Junior Member

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    its unmanaged
     
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    nickschu Newbie

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    Two of the main factors for this is the size of your database and the mysql configurations.
     
  5. benrebi

    benrebi Newbie

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    enter and fix table and columns in your ssh i advice to use maraidb
    and nosql like MONGODB
    NO WORDPRESS FOR LOSERS
    USE FRAMWORK
     
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    mark_iwfhosting Newbie

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    This is a nice script that makes good suggestions to improve performance:

    (h) (t) (t) (p) (s) :// github.com/major/MySQLTuner-perl

    As mentioned above we often recommend MariaDB as well.
     
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