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  • Published Answer

    Mysql keeps crashing (Kill process 919 (mysqld) score 86 or sacrifice child)

    The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.co…
    Accepted Answer: The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.co…
    By evgeny
  • Published Answer

    Why Apache needs so much children when almost there is no connections?

    The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.co…
    Accepted Answer: The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.co…
    By evgeny
  • Published Question

    Why Apache needs so much children when almost there is no connections?

    I'm using 1-click app Ubintu+Wordpress for a small blog on minimal configuration (with 512 MB of RAM). New, small blog, just 1 page and 2 posts. Maximum pageviews per day - 156 (2 days ago). Yesterday I've experienced...
    Accepted Answer: The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-protect-wordpress-from-xml-rpc-attacks-on-ubuntu-14-04 P....
    3 By evgeny
  • Published Question

    Mysql keeps crashing (Kill process 919 (mysqld) score 86 or sacrifice child)

    I'm using wordpress on ubuntu (standard offer, didn't change any seetings) on minimal configuration (512 MB). New, small blog, just 1 page and 2 posts. Maximum pageviews per day - 156 (yesterday). Today in the morning...
    Accepted Answer: The reason was an XML-RPC attack. Here you can find an article about how to protect you WordPress site: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-protect-wordpress-from-xml-rpc-attacks-on-ubuntu-14-04 P....
    3 By evgeny