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WebLyte Commitment To Uptime November 5, 2010

Posted by ismywebsite in general.
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So I just wanted to let everyone know, that WebLyte is in complete agreement the downtimes on the 24th and 30th are unacceptable. They actually appeared to have been cause by CPU overusage from a couple of our clients, topsongs and redperuh.

We’ve let them know they are free to suspend any future clients who overuse CPU. It all comes down to intelligently designing your website for efficiency. And don’t use WordPress for anything beyond a simple blog. That’s 90% of the CPU overusage right there.

With exception to these two cases, WebLyte has maintained nearly 100% uptime. They have been fast and efficient in upgrading the server to have two new features, PDO, and MySQLi. We are quite impressed with the service thus far.

I do want to apologize to everyone who was on Node 4 before, during our fun history with GalaxyHost, Aquarius Storage, and IsMyReseller. This time, I am picking the server provider.

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1. Matheus (Reallifegame) - November 5, 2010

Hey!
I suspect that wasn’t the WordPress itself, but the plugins.
I searched on internet and noticed that lots of plugins (badly built ones) overload CPU and “eat” all the memory.
Maybe asking people that have WP to use only what is useful…

2. Deltaforce229 - November 5, 2010

I’ve gone ahead and disabled several of my WordPress plugins that I can live without. Hopefully it helps drop the load.

3. Marc - November 7, 2010

I’ll be replacing two of my WordPress websites with my super-light yet still functional software Pagini, so that should also help.

4. kaotickitsune - November 13, 2010

Is there away to easily see what our CPU usage is and what we should avoid? As a fear my site may possibly contribute higher usage on occassion

5. Matheus Pratta (MatheusMK3 | Reallifegame) - November 13, 2010

Ok, now that’s official!
We need to take some serious action on these clients!
Their plugins are overloading the server today and my site and visitors get prejudicated (also, everyone else on node 4).
Please Matt, take some action on these couple of clients!


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