Yes, there are cronjobs, but nothing really time consuming. I do make monthly backups of the webpage directories and databases and rsync the stuff gzipped to a private NAS for backup purpose, but this is a monthly job eating up 2 hours. That’s it. If DH complains about this, they should change their limits!
There are other users, but they are not really very active. On top, DH reported me being the one on top of the list. If it wasn’t me, the above mentioned automated message should not point me out as originator of the trouble.
If I get emails like that, I need to know what exactly causes the issues. Otherwise give me the tools to find out. Anything else is just a time consuming shot in the dark!
BTW … I changed now from PHP 5.6 to 7.0. Let’s see if this helps … If yes, the WordPress message of DH was highly misleading!
upsell gimmick …
Thanks you! I was expecting the same already. No, I won’t upgrade, unless they tell me exactly what the limits (memory & CPU) are, and when they are exceeded by what! If then I can’t fix the issues, I might consider an upgrade, or possibly provider change!
If it is a WP plugin, I do need to know at least the exact time that happens. Then I could check who accessed and what he did. Otherwise, I’m completely fishing in the dark!
On top, the URL hits DH support pointed out are clearly hitting an image gallery, hence not WP!
How difficult is it for DH to log ProcWatch kicks and let the user know what was kicked?
To summarize the answer … my site is really very low activity!
I didn’t get anymore DH message now since 4 weeks. As soon as they start again, I’ll post here and will dig further.