Hosting account hit Virtual memory limit

Hitting virtual memory limit will causing your website having issue which website inaccessible , not able to load properly / or need time to load for the page. 

Below is the example of Outcome which showing the Shared Hosting account hitting the memory limit 512.0M:

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From         To             aCPU mCPU  lCPU aEP  mEP  lEP  aVMem  mVMem  lVMem  EPf  VMemF
04-17 17:00  04-17 18:00  0     8       15      0       5       30      3.9M    512.0M  512.0M   0       2
04-17 18:00  04-17 19:00  0     5       15      0       2       30      2.0M    97.9M   512.0M    0       0
04-17 19:00  04-17 20:00  0     7       15      0       6       30      1.3M    95.5M   512.0M    0       0
04-17 20:00  04-17 21:00  0     13      15      0       9       30      2.4M    112.8M  512.0M   0       0
04-17 21:00  04-17 22:00  0     3       15      0       3       30      1.6M    104.5M  512.0M   0       0
04-17 22:00  04-17 23:00  0     3       15      0       2       30      2.4M    512.0M  512.0M    0       2
04-17 23:00  04-18 00:00  0     4       15      0       3       30      1.5M    95.3M   512.0M    0       0
04-18 00:00  04-18 01:00  0     4       15      0       1       30      532K    18.4M   512.0M    0       0
04-18 01:00  04-18 02:00  0     2       15      0       1       30      864K    61.9M   512.0M    0       0
04-18 02:00  04-18 03:00  0     2       15      0       1       30      400K    88.1M   512.0M    0       0
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To understand the output, kindly refer to below:

ID : LVE Id or username
aCPU : Average CPU usage
mCPU : Max CPU usage
lCPU : CPU Limit
aEP : Average Entry Processes
mEP : Max Entry Processes
lEP : maxEntryProc limit
aMEM : Average Memory Usage
mMEM : Max Memory Usage
lMEM : Memory Limit
VMemF : Out Of Memory Faults
MepF : Max Entry processes faults

To solve this issue, you are advise to remove unwanted module or plugin to keep the website work swiftly. Else, may consider to upgrade your account to next level which is allow more virtual memory.

Regarding to upgrade enquiry, kindly contact our Sales Team for further assistance.

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