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Slow performance of website hosted on Plesk for Linux server: Load Average value is higher than CPU cores count

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    Roman Bendik

    Hello,

    I have this problem, the solution presented here is not appropriate. I have a dedicated server where CPU usage is on average 5-10%.

    Process uses 5% CPU and what's the problem? entering any page of the website causes 5.6% load CPU!

    This problem is after the Plesk update.

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    Dani Mora

    Roman, did you found a solution?

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    Roman Bendik

    Yes, third or fourth in the order of Plesk update solved the problem.

    It turns out that it is a BUG in Plesk itself. A friend in Plesk had the same problem and also solved from update.

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