Cyberpanel 65% Ram Usage Enough to handle 150+ concurrent?

edited August 5 in General Discussion
i have installed wordpress on cyberpanel and i am expecting 7-8k daily visitors with 150+ concurrent connections and the current ram usage showing in cyberpanel is 68% with 22 concureent so i want to know if this much ram usage is normal? if there are 100+ concurrent then can it handle?

cpu usage spikes to 40-50 then goes back to 10-12
and is there any way to check my memory usage in numbers?
in my vps panel its showing that litespeed is using 371mb

VPS SPECS:
2gb ram
cpu: don't know how to check that.

Edit: Plugins i have:
Wordfence
Yoast Seo ( Recently installed i think it's using lots of usage)
Litepseed
Some Theme Plugins
Really Simple SSL
OneSignal Push Notifications
Ad Inserter
UpdraftPlus - Backup/Restore

Comments

  • Did you install one or two instance MySQL version? Are you using LSCache?
  • Did you install one or two instance MySQL version? Are you using LSCache?

    i didn't installed any mysql the sql installed while installing cyberpanel and yes i am using lscache
  • what is the output of 'ps aux | grep mysql'
  • edited August 5

    what is the output of 'ps aux | grep mysql'

    i have to enter this in vps command console?
    now ram usage is 75% not going down
  • since litespeed cache was using 371mb ram and then went to 600mb i restarted litepseed cache and now the cyberpanel usage is back to 48%
  • OpenLiteSpeed use disk caching (ram is not used for caching)
  • edited August 5

    yes

    root 12046 0.0 0.0 112704 956 pts/0 S+ 14:32 0:00 grep --color=au to mysql
    mysql 13801 0.2 11.2 859708 211964 ? Ssl Jul30 21:15 /usr/sbin/mysq d

    this is the output
  • It is fine, normally use "htop" command or "top" command for more accurate memory usage statistics.

    For "htop" you need to install first
    yum install htop -y
  • edited August 5

    OpenLiteSpeed use disk caching (ram is not used for caching)


    but in digitalocean's memory usage litespeed was showing 600mb

    It is fine, normally use "htop" command or "top" command for more accurate memory usage statistics.

    For "htop" you need to install first

    yum install htop -y
    thanks now i can see memory usage of everything

    and one last question can it handle 100+ concurrent connection... i will live my site once i can confirm that it won't go down anymore


  • There is no way to tell that for sure, it depends on various factors. But if the cache is setup correctly you should not be having issues. To be on the safe side I recommend you to run benchmarks on your website.

    On a separate server you can setup apache bench:
    yum install httpd-tools
    Then run benchmark against your website:
    ab -n 5000 -k -H "Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate" -c 25 http://example.com/
    You can increase or decrease the value of -n and -c accordingly.
  • There is no way to tell that for sure, it depends on various factors. But if the cache is setup correctly you should not be having issues. To be on the safe side I recommend you to run benchmarks on your website.

    On a separate server you can setup apache bench:

    yum install httpd-tools
    Then run benchmark against your website:
    ab -n 5000 -k -H "Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate" -c 25 http://example.com/
    You can increase or decrease the value of -n and -c accordingly.
    ok thank you :smile: i will try it

    at last from trying so many panels i am glad i ended up on cyberpanel really love the quick support :)
  • again with the high memory usage website loading speed decreases
    now cyberpanel memory usage is 65%
    https://ibb.co/m469Tz
    this is in digitalocean's memory usage
    https://ibb.co/b8QQ1K
  • How many LiteSpeed processes are there? Are you getting cache hit, check via
    curl http://example.com --head
  • edited August 5

    How many LiteSpeed processes are there? Are you getting cache hit, check via

    curl http://example.com --head
    checked via cmd i am getting cache hit and i checked process via htop and there are total of 4 openlitespeed process and one of them openlitespeed (lshttpd -#01) is using 284M
  • Submit a ticket to http://litespeedtech.com/, so it can be further checked looks like a memory leak, but need to check more.
  • > @CyberPanel said:
    > Submit a ticket to http://litespeedtech.com/, so it can be further checked looks like a memory leak, but need to check more.

    Okay
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