In hard disk, the read and write operations are managed by Disk I/O. The speed of the server in reading and writing information to disk straight away affect one’s server performance and the performance of cPanel and WHM. The load of one’s server increases if the system struggles with high disk I/O wait time.
There are nearly seven problems that attack the high disk I/O. They are:
High Server Load:
Where the average system load exceeds 1.
Where one get notifications about an offline service or it is conveyed that the system cannot restart a service.
Slow Hosted Websites:
Whereby the hosted websites may take more than a minute to load.
Slow Delivery Of Email:
Due to which the Exim service performs comparatively slowly or does not respond.
Slow Connection For Email:
Hampering the POP or IMAP services, where they perform comparatively slowly or do not respond.
Slow Web mail Interfaces:
Where it performs slowly or do not respond as it should (for example: Roundcube, Horde, or SquirrelMail).
Slow WHM Or cPanel Interfaces:
Which results in the slow performance of the WHM or cPanel interfaces when one adds email accounts, databases, or other items.
If there are problems, surely there are solutions even. We can combat the problems with certain valuable recommendations. It will be easier if we discuss the problems and the recommendations side by side.
Technical problems can arise at any point. If we manage to find a technical solution to it, then it won’t be a big issue.