1. chatgyi

    chatgyi New Member Member

    Aug 18, 2017
    15
    I am running a file sharing website using Yetishare.

    I set up the server according to this instruction. >> https://support.mfscripts.com/public/kb_view/62/

    It seems there is a problem.
    Loading is too slow and sometimes it gives 500 error.
    Maybe need to configure Nginx properly.
    But I don't have much experience in Nginx and need someone help for this issue.

    My website has around 25k and 30k pageviews (Upload/Download) per day and online concurrent visitors are 60 to 80 users.
    When peak time, online concurrent visitors are over 140 users.

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    I use 2 servers. One for main website and another one for file storage.
    Main website server is OK but file storage server has a problem.

    My storage server has;

    Processor : 1x Intel® Xeon® E3 1220
    CPU : 4c/4t
    RAM : 32 GB DDR3 ECC
    Storage : 2x 4 TB SATA (RAID 1)
    Bandwidth : Premium 500 Mbit/s

    Please let me know if you can help me with my problem.
    My budget is around $20 and payment via Paypal
     
  2. wedge1001

    wedge1001 Active Member Member

    May 29, 2012
    412
    first gues is that you are running out of php processes?

    let's increase the max_children in /etc/php-fpm.d/www.conf
    in the example it was changed to 75
     
  3. chatgyi

    chatgyi New Member Member

    Aug 18, 2017
    15
    How can I check and calculate to increase max_children?

    Thanks
     
  4. hostechsuppor

    hostechsuppor Member

    Feb 22, 2017
    39
    You are suggested to configure Nginx as reverse proxy with Apache web server, or in case that doesn't work, you will have to try different web servers like lightspeed web servers.You can try with free lightspeed web server but the Paid version has better performance. Also, please mention the control panel installed on your Server.

    hope this helps:)
     
  5. sibsoft

    sibsoft Member Member

    Nov 14, 2011
    135
    Show your "atop" output.

    p.s. We can solve all of your problems.
     
  6. chatgyi

    chatgyi New Member Member

    Aug 18, 2017
    15
    Sorry for my late. Problem solved.

    Thank you for your replies. :)
     
  7. hostechsuppor

    hostechsuppor Member

    Feb 22, 2017
    39
    Great! Good luck:)
     
  8. chatgyi

    chatgyi New Member Member

    Aug 18, 2017
    15
    I forgot to mentioned that the problem was solved by @hostechsuppor
    They are a good team and support is great.
    I recommend them. :emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup:
     
  9. hostechsuppor

    hostechsuppor Member

    Feb 22, 2017
    39
    Thank you chatgyi, for your kind words of appreciation!!
     
  10. Tennouji

    Tennouji Active Member Member

    Mar 1, 2012
    503
    Good to hear that you solved the problem. I'm not sure how you did it, but I don't think it's just about max_children in php-fpm. My YetiShare installation handles a few hundred concurrent users with just a little above the usual settings of children/processes. My guess is it was about either the disk i/o or RAM. You'd usually encounter a disk i/o issue on a download script before hitting your php-fpm bottleneck.
     
  11. chatgyi

    chatgyi New Member Member

    Aug 18, 2017
    15
    I have followed YetiShare installation in their knowledge base but it had a problem as I mentioned above.

    Also I don't have much experience in server management. So I asked @hostechsuppor and they configured the server.
    I have no idea how they have done but it works perfectly now.

    btw thanks for your suggestion.
     
  12. 24x7technicalsupport

    24x7technicalsupport New Member

    Feb 19, 2018
    6
    Hello,

    As per your query, it says that that you have " 25k and 30k pageviews (Upload/Download) per day and online concurrent visitors are 60 to 80 users", for the same we can suggest you to go with litespeed. I believe we can get the server tuned with Litespeed since we have a couple of clients who have more than 25k concurrent visitors and the server works well with it.

    Thanks
    24x7Techs
    Skype: [email protected]
    24x7technicalsupport.net
     

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