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Old 16th March 2012, 12:28
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Default ISPConfig DB Issues - Load

I am running debian 6 and ISPConfig 3 on a VM.

The problem I am having is the high mysql load on the VM is dragging down performance.

I enabled mysql query logging, and I was AMAZED at how much DB activity there was for the ispconfig app itself. I have more ISPConfig related DB activity then I do from my wordpress websites.

Is there anyway to cut down on the amount of mysql queries that ISPconfig performs? I though about disabling the server.sh cron job which runs every minute, my guess is that cron is generating alot of the DB activity. Not sure what the ramifications are of disabling server.sh cron.

Any ideas?

-John
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Old 17th March 2012, 11:28
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Did you optimize your MySQL server settings (query_cache etc.)?
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