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Offline akshay

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How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« on: March 17, 2021, 05:08:03 PM »
Hey there :),

Can you please guide me in optimizing the usage of CPU in cPanel?? I would really appreciate this great help.

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How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« on: March 17, 2021, 05:08:03 PM »

Offline Keeran

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Re: How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2021, 05:36:03 PM »
High CPU usage is a very common issue when it comes to shared hosting.

To reduce cPanel CPU Usage is might be a difficult task, especially if you are working with third-party web applications like forums, blog systems, or content management systems as you might not be having detailed information about the functioning of these systems.

However, there are other things that can be implemented for reducing CPU usage:

• Upgrade all the third party web applications to the latest version available (including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and any other content management system or blog systems, galleries, forums, or any other scripts that are installed on your account)

• Check if there are any add-ons or plugins used on your web applications, and make sure that they are upgraded to the latest versions as well

• Perform a general check and make sure that any of the unused plugins, add-ons, or web applications are removed

• Any of the web applications that allow the ‘caching’ feature, should have this feature enabled or activated

• In case you have developed your own scripts, try reducing the number of MySQL, MSSQL, Postgre SQL queries for optimizing your scripts so that they need less processing time

• Also, it is important to check your server for any malicious scripts or spam.

Offline Samantha

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Re: How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« Reply #2 on: March 18, 2021, 11:39:56 AM »
To reduce high website CPU usage in Cpanel use the following steps:

1. Check the performance of your website

2. Block spam and bot traffics

3. Delete Unused Plugins & Themes

4. Lower the crawl rate of search engine bots

Search engine crawlers like Googlebot, bing bot, yahoo slurp, Yandex Bot, Baiduspider, etc., but the load on the server each time they come to our site to crawl new information.

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Re: How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2021, 03:22:20 PM »
Reduce the CPU Usage: causes for over usage of CPU resources are
  • 3rd party addons in the form of plugins and themes that are inefficient
  • Codes that are outdated
  • Misconfiguration of PHP or configuration settings
  • You may try some of the following steps for optimization or CPU resources
  • Perform optimization steps if using a CMS or script
  • If having a popular content then generate a uniform HTML
  • Features similar to Ajax refreshes and searches consume high CPU so disable these features

Offline Vikrant Ahuja

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Re: How do I reduce CPU usage in cPanel?
« Reply #4 on: March 22, 2021, 04:29:52 PM »
To reduce CPU usage in cPanel :

If you have Many Unnecessary plugins installed to remove them.

Too many real-time reporting plugins minimize their use.

External comment system like Disqus can cause this problem

Too much bolt traffic, use security plugin like WordReference to limit that.

Lower down google and bing crawl rate.

optimize your database once a week

Always keep WordPress and plugins updated

Use Cloudflare it will block spam and bot traffics.

Don’t run too many cron jobs.