Resources Upgrade


#1

Our hosting provider updated our memory yesterday, since our resources demand changed and grew bigger. I know that easyengine optimizes itself upon installation, based on current hardware specs. Is there a way to redefine these resources? Or, can I assign them manually? If yes, which are they?


#2

You don’t need to do anything, if you have more memory, EasyEngine will use it. You can allow more resources usage for php by editing your php configuration /etc/php/5.6 or 7.0/fpm/php.ini


#3

What if I have 16GB Memory and 8cpu core. Will EE tweak itself ?


#4

You probably mean pool.d/www.conf ?


#5

No, I was talking about the value memory_limit for example.


#6

That’s a lot of resources to run only Nginx with php and MariaDB. Use the command htop to see what your are using in real time.


#7

I tweaked it , though wordpress and other applications that run uses mariadb and php show that I have that amount of ram and processors avaialble but they are not able to utilize it fully.


#8

Well, that’s true, that’s a lof of resources only to Nginx with PHP and MariaDB; I am only testing out that whether EE could scale up to the task of utilizing such resources. White custom WordPress installation did scale out, am yet to find out a way to make sure the with EE being used resources are not underutilized even with very big environments. I did reach to EE via twitter. However, they seemed busy and had some problems with the development. They said they will updates all EE users soon a blog post or something like that.


#9