Slow PHP - database related?
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  1. Scott Mutter
  2. Tuesday, 16 February 2016
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I have an issue where one account is responding very, very slow with CloudLinux and mod_lsapi.  The frontpage sometimes takes 30 to 40 seconds to load.  The faster I can get it to load is about 10 seconds.  It seems to just take an incredibly long time for the first byte.

However, when I put up a phpinfo() page and visit it, I don't have any such problems.

The user's website is WordPress based.

I thought ig might be something limited based, but I don't see where the account is hitting any limits:

|	 ID	 |aCPU|mCPU|lCPU|aIO|mIO | lIO |aEP|mEP|lEP|aVMem |mVMem |lVMem|aPMem|mPMem |lPMem |aNproc|mNproc|lNproc|EPf|VMemF|PMemF|NprocF|aIOPS|mIOPS|lIOPS|
| user | 0  | 0  | 50 | 0 | 40 |16384| 0 | 5 |100|32.4M |110.1M|  0  |38.1M|72.4M | 1.0G |  0   |  5   | 200  | 0 |  0  |  0  |  0   |  0  |  4  | 2048|

Anybody else had this problem.  I'm not sure what to do next.
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  1. 16.02.2016 14:02:57
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
Posts: 709
Joined: 26.06.2013
First thing is to increase CPU limit from 50% to 100% . Remember, that is CPU limit for all user processes. And 50% for all users could lead to high %sys in top and could increase server load average.

Is this happening to other websites on same server? What happen if you open not index.php but ? The big difference is that login.php will stillinclude some wordpress main files but will not load any plugins that could cause slowness.

Also, do you use mysql_governor?
  1. 16.02.2016 16:02:13
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Scott Mutter Accepted Answer
Posts: 60
Joined: 23.04.2014
After posting this, I dug around a little bit more.  Seems this was caused by a bad WordPress plugin.  Disabling that plugin fixed the issue.
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