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Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

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Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

I have installed Mageno 2 (ver 2.3.4) , php 7.3.14

I have the following cloud details: 2 CPU Cores, 4GB RAM, 50GB SSD,

 

1) The Mageno mode is in production.

2) The cron Lock has been configured : https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.3/install-gde/install/cli/install-cli-subcommands-lock.html 

3) i have enabled the Memcached

4) Enable the java script bundle to save server time: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.3/frontend-dev-guide/themes/js-bundling.html 

 

But still getting server load when i browse 4 -5 pages on the website

According to site ground i am using a lot of resources and this is the input they gave me

 

28855  //public_html/pub/index.php

9111 /public_html/index.php

2467 /public_html/pub/static.php

611 /public_html/pub/get.php

33 /public_html/pub/errors/404.php

 

Do you know why this is happening? I have no idea how to solve it

and what else i can do?

PLEASE PLEASE HELP!

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Hey

I have raised the cpu from 2  to 4 cores.

This solved the issue. Smiley Happy

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Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Do you have any other caching implemented for your website? 

 

Magento 2 can be a resource hog out of the box but it can be tuned and with proper caching in place (like LiteMage Cache or Varnish), it can be tamed to fit in most servers. 

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Hey

Thank you for your answer.

We are using the Static Cache of site ground and Memcached option.

We are still facing server load specially when you log with the mobile to the website.

 

Nothing is helping here...

don't know what else i can do?

 

Thanks

Assaf

 

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

It sounds like the caching system may not be working for mobile? 

 

You may need to take a look at solutions like LiteMage Cache or Varnish and if you still see similar issues, maybe it is time to upgrade your server? 

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Well, site ground doesn't support LiteMage Cache or Varnish...

And i don't think that upgrade  is needed in my case.

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Hey

I have raised the cpu from 2  to 4 cores.

This solved the issue. Smiley Happy

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Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

I have the same issue of CPU load at command cron:run with Siteground.

In my case, it is on shared hosting where it is not possible to increase the CPU.

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!

Listen my friend

I had so many issues with site ground over the years.

They always told me that i should check my code and my PHP.

Do yourself a favor and solve all your issues by moving to cloudways - https://www.cloudways.com/en/pricing.php


Once i did that i have ended the suffering with siteground.

Maybe site ground are good in WordPress but for Magento they are the worse in my opinion.


I have paid siteground more than 110$ per month and got server load all the time. and in magento 2 i needed to pay also for elastic search.


With cloudways all my issues have been solved and the website 10 times faster and i am paying 80$ per month.


Hope it will help

 

 

Re: Getting Server Load All Time on Site Ground - Please Help!!


@françois_villon wrote:

I have the same issue of CPU load at command cron:run with Siteground.

In my case, it is on shared hosting where it is not possible to increase the CPU.


You'll need something more than shared hosting to run Magento smoothly. 

 

You should definitely consider an alternative solution with your own server (preferably fully managed) where you have access to more resources.

 

I will recommend also going with a provider who specializes in Magento so you can seek assistance for Magento related issues.