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Messages - lupetalo

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Kloxo-MR Tips and Tricks / Re: Php-fpm
« on: 2013-01-10, 15:23:53 »
Ended up with creating script which checks for free memory and if below 200mb restart php-fpm. Takes 2 sec and it is not noticable a lot. But for two weeks on two occasions restart did not worked without any real reason. service php-fpm restart did not kill all php-fpm processes.

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Kloxo-MR Technical Helps / Re: mail forwarding not working
« on: 2013-01-01, 23:23:09 »
Indeed, forwarding of any kind not working...

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Kloxo-MR Tips and Tricks / Re: Php-fpm
« on: 2012-12-28, 19:57:33 »
That did opposite, memory fills in just few minutes, every process for every user is takeni even more memory....
1.4% of memory or 152.52 Mb per user, that is too much....

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Kloxo-MR Tips and Tricks / Re: Php-fpm
« on: 2012-12-28, 19:39:07 »
Can you please tell mi what is changed and will it kill not active processes?

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Kloxo-MR Tips and Tricks / Re: Php-fpm
« on: 2012-12-28, 19:08:33 »
I know that, but question is how to optimise current situation :)
I tried lowering:
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pm.max_requests = 200but it not help a lot...
Is it possible to kill those process that are not active but taking memory? I only have ~20 regulary active users at all times.

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Kloxo-MR Tips and Tricks / Php-fpm
« on: 2012-12-28, 04:30:24 »
What is optimal template for using with large number of users (150+)? My memory always get swamped and all domains are always using some part of it...

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