I am getting the following error while trying to fetch backup from old server to new server, how to solve the issue?
I DIDN’T CHANGE ANY MY CNF CONFIG.
[05.19.2021_18-32-38] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_18-32-47] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_18-33-05] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_18-33-07] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_18-33-09] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_19-14-41] (2006, ‘MySQL server has gone away’) 
[05.19.2021_19-15-16] Aborted, Failed to run cp -R /home/mydomain.com/public_html /home/mydomain.com/backup/backup-mydomain.com-05.19.2021_19-14-57/public_html… 
Kindly share your server specs, looks like your server can’t handle MySQL load.
12 core CPU, 48GB ram. now I reinstalled the server. the problem seems to be gone.
but now I am experiencing other types of problems.
most of the time CPU load is fine but suddenly sometimes CPU usage and ram usage seem to be full.
how can my 4 sites use 48GB ram?
my php memory limit is 512mb
virtual host Max Connections * 15
Memory Soft Limit (bytes) 3047
Memory Hard Limit (bytes) 4047M
Process Soft Limit 600
Process Hard Limit 800
LiteSpeed tuning setting https://prnt.sc/13vf45s
Php tuning setting https://prnt.sc/13vfblu
error log error log cyberpanel - TextBin
brother, can you please tell me where is wrong, my site has heavy traffic around 300/400 / sec
daily 90k/100k+ traffic. help me please brother @usmannasir
Use some monitor and check your server overall CPU usage.
You can use Hetrix at server level and New relic and application level → How to Find WordPress Performance Bottlenecks with New Relic on LiteSpeed/CyberPanel
The article above can be used to find bottlenecks in other php applications as well.
#2006 - MySQL server has gone away
How fix this?
I want to edit the /etc/my.cnf but I couldn’t find …
Need to add ```
would you please help me?
Server hardware : HP G10+ - CPU 2 / Ram : 128 Gig - Hard : 8*1TB MVME
@JonathanDHN told me to use: (copy all the 4 following lines in console)
sudo cat > /etc/mysql/mariadb.conf.d/50-custom.cnf <<EOF
max_allowed_packet = 64M
sudo systemctl restart mariadb