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I have recently noticed that there are so many pages which are shown in timeout tab in my webmaster tools account. Why is that now? Earlier there were no timeout pages. Traffic to my website has increased, but still it's not consuming much bandwidth. My daily bandwidth consumption is around 500MB.

How do I know if I need to increase the ram or not. Is this timeout error is something I should be worrying?

Thanks!

asked 17 Nov '11, 08:24

plus1this
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Hi,

We can assist you better with this issue if you open a ticket about it. Please provide as much information as possible, such as times when the timeouts have occurred, or any method to reproduce them (if you know of such a method). Thanks!

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answered 17 Nov '11, 08:41

todork
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@todork I have opened a ticket and attached a screenshot of my webmaster tools account. Should I migrate to CentOS6-64 bit and can that solve this problem,as it uses a latest version of MySQL.

(17 Nov '11, 22:05) plus1this
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