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Old 12-10-2007, 11:44 AM
bacanak bacanak is offline
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Server Management Tweaking Request- Monster Vbulletin Forum


Hi all,

Need someone to tweak/manage a monster vbulletin forum for us...

I almost worked with everyone overhere.. last month we had the server problem ..Now moved to a monster server so waiting for much higher performance...

Unfortunately at peak times load is around 2-3 but , forum seems to be not responding sometimes..

Server details:

TigerTown 2.ghz quad core quad cpu, 16 gb ram, scsi disk, cpanel, RHE 4.0....

Expecting a professional who has real experience with very big high traffic vb forums. MUST give reference via pm or email..

Contact via yahoo msg, msn or private message

Budget: max 200.

Quote:
Current Time: Monday, 10-Dec-2007 17:41:49 EET
Restart Time: Monday, 10-Dec-2007 17:20:03 EET
Parent Server Generation: 0
Server uptime: 21 minutes 46 seconds
Total accesses: 165415 - Total Traffic: 903.4 MB
CPU Usage: u2545.08 s116.5 cu0 cs.01 - 204% CPU load
127 requests/sec - 0.7 MB/second - 5.6 kB/request
203 requests currently being processed, 35 idle servers
Quote:
top - 17:47:43 up 14 days, 13:47, 1 user, load average: 2.42, 2.66, 2.64
Tasks: 479 total, 5 running, 474 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
Cpu(s): 1.1%us, 1.0%sy, 13.0%ni, 84.7%id, 0.1%wa, 0.0%hi, 0.1%si, 0.0%st
Mem: 16632216k total, 8019868k used, 8612348k free, 559604k buffers
Swap: 2096440k total, 127356k used, 1969084k free, 4647600k cached

PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
19598 mysql 21 6 126m 106m 2988 S 30 0.7 675:13.64 mysqld
24531 nobody 19 4 22816 12m 1912 S 22 0.1 0:03.77 httpd
24915 nobody 19 4 25748 15m 1928 S 21 0.1 0:20.91 httpd
24975 nobody 19 4 22404 12m 1924 R 20 0.1 0:18.91 httpd
24960 nobody 19 4 22328 12m 2064 S 16 0.1 0:25.92 httpd
24882 nobody 19 4 25252 13m 2660 S 13 0.1 0:23.09 httpd
25022 nobody 19 4 22472 12m 1924 S 12 0.1 0:16.16 httpd
25623 nobody 19 4 24024 13m 1916 S 11 0.1 0:15.09 httpd
24947 nobody 20 4 25684 15m 1944 S 10 0.1 0:28.90 httpd
25026 nobody 20 4 22888 12m 1924 S 8 0.1 0:23.45 httpd
24984 nobody 19 4 25864 14m 2664 S 8 0.1 0:23.01 httpd
24878 nobody 20 4 25012 14m 1932 S 8 0.1 0:15.17 httpd
24980 nobody 20 4 23200 13m 2044 R 8 0.1 0:19.64 httpd
24881 nobody 19 4 25184 15m 2076 S 7 0.1 0:22.12 httpd
25042 nobody 20 4 23012 13m 1948 R 7 0.1 0:15.59 httpd
24977 nobody 19 4 25928 15m 1940 S 6 0.1 0:17.75 httpd
25073 nobody 20 4 25392 15m 1956 S 6 0.1 0:33.31 httpd
24903 nobody 19 4 22596 12m 2048 S 5 0.1 0:15.70 httpd
25039 nobody 19 4 25088 15m 1936 S 5 0.1 0:19.90 httpd
24900 nobody 20 4 23868 13m 2068 S 4 0.1 0:13.50 httpd
24976 nobody 19 4 25708 15m 1928 S 4 0.1 0:15.05 httpd
24942 nobody 20 4 24700 14m 1932 S 4 0.1 0:11.65 httpd
25054 nobody 19 4 24892 14m 2056 R 1 0.1 0:24.80 httpd
24538 nobody 19 4 23100 13m 1924 S 0 0.1 0:21.15 httpd
24543 nobody 19 4 25148 15m 1960 S 0 0.1 0:10.45 httpd
24892 nobody 19 4 25092 15m 1928 S 0 0.1 0:30.33 httpd
24925 nobody 19 4 24692 14m 1948 S 0 0.1 0:12.74 httpd
24537 nobody 19 4 26132 15m 1944 S 2 0.1 0:21.55 httpd
24883 nobody 20 4 25364 15m 1952 S 2 0.1 0:25.19 httpd
24942 nobody 19 4 24700 14m 1932 S 2 0.1 0:11.53 httpd

Cheers


Last edited by bacanak; 12-10-2007 at 11:48 AM.

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Old 12-10-2007, 01:05 PM
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Old 12-11-2007, 03:31 PM
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bacanak,
If I remember you were going to move to a quad quad core machine? If that is correct a load of 2-3 is nothing. (8-12 really is nothing also). Load average is not a good way to gauge your resource usage, you need to look at the cpu/memory usage. I know you said it was too expensive, but my offer for that cluster is still on the table if you are interested. Like I said I was going to guarantee uptime and optimize your boards code. Our clients combined have over a 100 million posts now, and we manage a combined amount of 25,000 users online (counted at the 15minute average of vbulletin). All are experiencing 100% uptime.

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Old 12-11-2007, 05:27 PM
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I would be interested in helping with your server. Let me understand is your vbulletin forum showing signs of slowness at peak times. send me an email

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Old 12-11-2007, 06:40 PM
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bacanak,
If I remember you were going to move to a quad quad core machine? If that is correct a load of 2-3 is nothing. (8-12 really is nothing also). Load average is not a good way to gauge your resource usage, you need to look at the cpu/memory usage. I know you said it was too expensive, but my offer for that cluster is still on the table if you are interested. Like I said I was going to guarantee uptime and optimize your boards code. Our clients combined have over a 100 million posts now, and we manage a combined amount of 25,000 users online (counted at the 15minute average of vbulletin). All are experiencing 100% uptime.
Your going to love Steven if you go with his option. He has the knowledge to help you out .

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Old 12-12-2007, 03:46 PM
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bacanak,
If I remember you were going to move to a quad quad core machine? If that is correct a load of 2-3 is nothing. (8-12 really is nothing also). Load average is not a good way to gauge your resource usage, you need to look at the cpu/memory usage. I know you said it was too expensive, but my offer for that cluster is still on the table if you are interested. Like I said I was going to guarantee uptime and optimize your boards code. Our clients combined have over a 100 million posts now, and we manage a combined amount of 25,000 users online (counted at the 15minute average of vbulletin). All are experiencing 100% uptime.
Steven,

We have worked for a very long time before. You are one of the best specialists over here. Yes i switched to quad core quad cpu tigertown. Price was so attractive. Nowadays my budget is really tight otherwise i would really accept your offer. If i will move to a cluster solution in the future it will be only with your team.


But, I truly believe that this server will be enough for a while.

I contacted with another tech in the mean time.

Cheers

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