[wp-hackers] Problems ?

Carthik Sharma carthik at gmail.com
Mon Mar 7 16:23:22 GMT 2005

Just a mild reminder, if I may :

Since Jason seems to be inclined to help, and so too Farook, maybe we
could nail down the exact queries that caused at least a few of the

I know that recreating problems such as these are not the easiest
thing to do, and I am not webhost, so I am wondering what the best
approach would be, to identify the query or WP code responsible for
the problems as in the ones described by Jason. Jason posted three
log-sections earlier, but without knowing what caused those problems
where mysql errored out (insufficient memory), I can't see a way
forward - with respect to improving the source.

Maybe michel_v or dougal or matt can look into the aspect of posting
through xmlrpc that caused the problem Jason referred to?

Maybe rboren can provide some insight over what he thinks might have
caused the problem on his account?

I realize that without proper support from the host, there is not much
that can be done to mitigate DoS, Referrer Spamming or Comment
Spamming flood attacks.


On Mon, 07 Mar 2005 16:12:55 +0000, Podz <podz at tamba2.org.uk> wrote:
> http://wordpress.org/support/topic.php?id=26372#post-148972
> The host of the vanilla blog is offering assistance, but this is where I
> really have no clue. Anyone want to go for it ?
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