Tracking down cause of PMem Faults
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  1. Sam London
  2. Monday, 25 September 2017
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I have a dedicated server, 4 x 3092MHz, 8GB RAM. Mainly 50 or so small WP sites, little traffic.

I switched quite a few sites to https over the last week and there's been no issues. However, one wordpress site which I switched to https is throwing many more PMem Faults than any other - see attached, last account listed. Most sites have a PMem limit of 500k but on this one I've increased the PMem Limit to 1G and then to 2G, twice any other account, but still has many errors.

Can anyone give me advice as to how I could track down the cause?


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  1. 27.09.2017 08:09:43
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Sam London Accepted Answer
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Update : 27th Sept.

I never found out why this problem was occurring but when I used the PHP selector to go to PHP7 from PHP5.6 for this account, the PMem Faults went to zero. :D
  1. 20.10.2017 10:10:55
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Vladimir Accepted Answer
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We would like to check this problem in place. Could you please submit a ticket to

Thank you.
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