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high ram usage issue
I purchased mochahost vps pack 1.
It has 400mb Ram,
I Installed apache, mysql, php, and ftp,
The control panel show high memory usage, 90% and above.
Currently it is hosting only 1 site- hdcarwalls.com
Is 400 Mb too low for just LAMP ?
400mb of ram is not a lot...looks like you need more ram
thanks for your reply
so how much is recommended
Login to your server via SSH and use top command to find what process is using maximum memory
On the basis of top result, you may implement some optimization.
But its good to increase memory when your usage is around 90%.
I will suggest you to upgrade to 1 GB (considering your current usage).
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or try optimizing php modules and mysql memory usage... i don't see why for hosting one website 400mb ram wouldn't be enough... unless you're using cpanel...
"free -m" give what result? Apache usually the memory hogger.
Try to get 1-2Gb ram atleast
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What control panel do you use to analyse memory usage? Use top command and check which process is consuming most of the memory.
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I recommend you upgrade your ram or move to another provider that have more ram with same price if you lack of budget
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