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I have an dedicated server 2 x Xeon CPU 3.20GHz (2GB RAM), now 30 minutes ago my admin tryed to make a benchmark test on it and after a period the server was not responding ( SSH or http.. ftp ) we asked DN to reboot the server. After the reboot in Service Status page (WHM) there ware many services down and the load was ~ 45.00 (4 cpus) .. after aprox. 5 - 10 minutes the load has droped:

Server Load 2.61 (4 cpus)

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16 89.113.75.141
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19 196.202.14.244
19 196.218.117.135
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23 124.106.151.75
23 88.149.99.7
24 82.77.27.129
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25 160.39.145.94
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26 85.71.230.49
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27 195.189.142.249
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27 210.6.13.208
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28 193.0.240.121
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28 89.120.133.44
29 125.162.66.116
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30 203.222.202.121
30 213.39.219.81
30 71.109.116.122
31 222.124.143.18
31 89.34.87.91
33 193.0.240.113
33 201.9.175.242
33 212.71.37.101
33 70.68.249.239
33 81.77.85.207
34 195.229.236.215
34 86.123.142.128
35 72.49.255.217
35 85.31.137.11
36 193.231.17.50
36 202.69.97.206
36 90.156.29.82
37 77.122.158.251
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38 121.52.52.6
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38 82.167.71.189
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40 201.22.94.226
40 206.73.210.65
40 86.9.66.1
41 152.78.243.248
42 201.220.93.84
42 210.5.121.190
43 196.204.241.250
43 196.218.89.213
44 196.218.96.82
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49 83.203.134.84
50 213.119.151.116
50 80.133.209.50
52 81.38.15.124
53 195.245.232.26
54 88.0.63.179
57 82.201.222.144
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57 84.226.41.129
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65 61.102.87.80
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77 89.35.90.211
78 59.127.203.49
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81 82.148.97.68
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132 87.209.11.249
155 196.218.142.212
165 195.242.99.84
176 200.73.225.104
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Normally on our slowest day of the week, RAM usage is around 20%-25%. We see RAM usage increase as more users hit the site, thus, RAM usage historically, has been tied to public bandwidth. Recently, RAM usage has been hitting 32%-35% on our slowest day of the week (as indicated by bandwidth usage). I am guessing that something is keeping apache threads opened and/or a cron-driven process which invokes httpd isn't finishing for whatever reason. This is only my guess after some research and looking at whm reporting and top. With my limited server knowledge, these are only my guesses.

1. What could be causing this increase RAM usage?

2. How do we find out what is causing it?

3. We did recently installed the OpenX ad server but there are no ads being served, we just implemented the CRON job for testing purposes. Maybe this could be the cause but how do we tell?

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This is not a video site, or a download site. This is an article site, with jpg images. Our biggest page has about 2.4 meg of images on it. The average page is about 1.34 mb's, counting the navigation images which repeat on every page.

But don't user's browsers cache anything?

Is that bandwidth usage normal?

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At the beginning of the year I was experiencing downtime at least once every couple of weeks and for at least 20 mins each time. Sometimes my VPS was down for over an hour. Most of the time the explanantion I received was a "Kernal Panic". Then for the last month and a half things have been good with no downtime, until today when my VPS went down again for about 50 mins.

So here I am asking what is normal downtime?

Is the downtime I am experiencing the norm and would I get the same reliability from any provider?

Would a dedicated server tend to be more reliable than a VPS?

I am considering moving to a dedicated server at LiquidWeb, not because I need the resources but I am wondering if reliability would improve. I am willing to pay for reliability! Any advice as to whether this would be a good move?

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I'm already using a VPS from another dutch company until I move everything over to EuroVPS but the difference in speeds are a little concerning to me.

Please can you guys look at these response times and tell me if they are normal?

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EuroVPS: Page created in 0.199 seconds with 8 queries.

Both servers are using the same spec, optimisations and PHP cache however my current VPS is using Apache1/PHP5/MySQL5 and with EuroVPS I can't afford to get them to upgrade to version5 so it's running on Apache2/PHP4/MySQL4.

I did get this response from EuroVPS, does it explain the difference in times?

"...we are using enterprise kernels which are slower than standard SMP/UP kernels. The performance of our VPS instances is not as high as some competitors who are using these faster, but smaller kernels.".

Once again, I have the utmost respect for EuroVPS and love their support but would appreciate some opinions on this from you guys.

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