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Share your experience of MySQL within VestaCP

VMVPSVMVPS Member

Very recently, I moved my blog from LNMP to VestaCP. But I just found that MySQL seems to be shut down accidently for times. Although there do exist some attacks to my site, I never found that MySQL can be so vulnerable (not meaning products' bugs). In the past, I always suffered from 502 bad instead....

Do you guys have similar exprience? Or any suggestions?

Environment:
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
VestaCP (Latest Version)
512MB RAM
Blog platform: Wordpress

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Comments

  • Did you check the graphs? Maybe you are running out of memory

    I ❤ Laravel

  • VMVPSVMVPS Member

    @PremiumN said:
    Did you check the graphs? Maybe you are running out of memory

    Yes, the problem is led by memory shortage. But I really expect more since I have better performance with a even smaller box. :(

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  • wychwych Member

    Tune MySQL?

    No InnoDB etc.

    Taking a hiatus.

  • bizzardbizzard Member

    Have one VPS with VestaCP for testing, before I start using it in production. The first thing I did was to replace MySQL with MariaDB. With a 512MB OpenVZ VPS to serve 3 sites with moderate traffic wordpress sites, things are running fine for the last two weeks.

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  • Vestacp consumes most of the ram.

    I ❤ Laravel

  • Gonna need some evidence for that @PremiumN, I think vesta is pretty light.

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  • @AThomasHowe said:
    Gonna need some evidence for that PremiumN, I think vesta is pretty light.

    You cant install it on a 256mb ram vps. Mysql wont start. Works fine on a 512mb though.

    I ❤ Laravel

  • I have installed it on a 256mb box. That's more than likely down to the config it ships with than a technical limitation though.

    I would not recommend running a control panel on under 512MB anyway personally.

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  • I'm using vestacp on xvmlabs to host a demo site, seems no problem until now.

  • RalliasRallias Member, Provider

    PremiumN said: You cant install it on a 256mb ram vps. Mysql wont start. Works fine on a 512mb though.

    Oh, it'll start. I've done it. Granted, shit kept crashing because I tried to run a couple other things so I upgraded to 1024MB, but that's besides the point.

  • cassacassa Member, Provider

    I've had this too, a reinstall of mysql-server fixed it

    ik moet poepen

  • VMVPSVMVPS Member

    @wych @cassa

    I have disabled innodb. But the ram still seems to be .... but It runs now, and I will have a look at this solution.

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