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Debian Lenny, Lighttpd, PHP5 (php5-apc) and MySQL spikes

On a clean server I installed Lenny, I used aptitude to install Lighttpd (1.4.19 a bit old, I know), Mysql, php5-cgi (with php5-apc). More here

Nothing unusual, nothing strange, no handmade modifications. I think that was pretty standard, but I found (thanks Munin) that MySQL was having big utilization spikes (and so was the server’s load) while admins of a WordPress installation where POSTing things, doing Uploads, etc.

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