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Not Solved Upgrade My Server and Still MyBB Freezing
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Hi All,
Hope all are doing fine Smile
I'm using Mybb latest version.
My server details are as follows:
8 CPU's @ 2.6 GHZ Each.
1 GB RAM

The site is always freezing and server load is always above 140% (running Top Command).
I usually have around 100 User's online at one time.

The Plugins I'm using are attached.

The Site is Very slow and freezing.
disabling Plugins one by one no any diffidence in load.
Group by Group also no change.
Disable All then the load will drop down and the site will be VVV Fast.

Could some one guide me how to fix my issue without losing my basic Plugins?

Thanks in advance.


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.zip   plugins.zip (Size: 44.28 KB / Downloads: 48)
#2
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Upgrade your MySQL to 5.5 and use INNODB.
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(05-23-2012, 06:17 PM)labrocca Wrote: Upgrade your MySQL to 5.5 and use INNODB.

This will probably resolve your issue.
Just out of interest, are you using CloudFlare or another proxy type system?
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Thanks for reply... Shy

Ill try to upgrade mysql and use INNODB as Mr. labrocca said Lightbulb
My current SQL Engine is MySQL 5.0.51

@ Gibson
I'm using proxy type system.

Best regards
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This might help you:
http://www.vbum.com/2010/01/mybb-and-inc...rformance/
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I had similar problems as well, some months ago. If you're on dedicated or VPS, could you upgrade your cores to 4 instead of 1 or such?

Because I too, had this problem and I upgraded the cores, after which the load was minimized. And I also did upgraded to MySQL 5.5 and changed sessions table to InnoDB.
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Thanks for reply...

Currently Mysql version is: MySQL 5.5.24

The load is still there!
Regarding INNODB, I have no Idea how to make Huh
I contacted Server support and they replied as Follows:
This would fall under your responsibility to implement as desired/needed.

If this Will Extremely help, Could some one Guide me in steps how to make it?

Best regards.
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Convert at least sessions table to InnoDB using following command:

ALTER TABLE mybb_sessions ENGINE = InnoDB

NOTE: At least make a backup of your db before running any commands, its always good to be safe than sorry.

And also consider asking host about upgrading your server cores if you run over dedicated or a VPS.
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