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Old 8th July 2008, 16:24
rafael-ec rafael-ec is offline
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Default Who is consuming my ram?

Hi,

I have a vps with 512 of ram and I am running 14 sites and I using most of the ram + 512 swap. Most of the sites are build using some cms like joomla, drupal, wordpress, etc... I would like to now how can I tell witch of this sites is the one consuming my ram. Top would only show me the process httpd is the one consuming most of the ram in several threads, but it won't tell me witch site is running witch process.

Is there any way to now witch site is consuming most of the ram?


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Rafael
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Old 9th July 2008, 04:22
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I had the same problem. Someone here (belated thanks) suggested turning off PHP on each site individually (from within ISPConfig) and restarting apache each time(on Ubuntu: /etc/init.d/apache2 restart).
I found the offending site, fixed it, and all has been well since.

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