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    I have bought a license a few weeks ago. I've started migrating some domains to my server.
    Since 2 days I am experiencing performance problems.
    The CPU is hardly going to 5% avg utilisation, but the 'WAIT' state is often above 90%
    'Load avg' above 5 is very frequently.
    It concerns 20 accounts now on a dedicated xen-instance server with 1 CPU & 768MB RAM & 1.5G swap, swap is only touched for 0.5G
    What else can I check or can I add ? Is memory the issue ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oliware View Post
    It concerns 20 accounts now on a dedicated xen-instance server with 1 CPU & 768MB RAM & 1.5G swap, swap is only touched for 0.5G
    What else can I check or can I add ? Is memory the issue ?
    The RAM allocation is way too low for a production server and is also below the recommended minimum for a test server - check the Quick Start Installation Guide.
    I'd recommend you increase that to 2GB.
    Last edited by phoenix; 02-17-2009 at 12:08 AM.
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    ok, I will try adding some.

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