I'm having a problem with one of the files on my website, heres the hosting company's explanation of whats happening, I have included the file.
(email)After monitoring your site since we moved it over to you, I've found the problem.
This is also the same problem that was causing Hostgator to suspend the site.
In short, each time someone visits your site, the server runs the PHP "behind" your site, the problem with your site is that your code doesn't close. So when a user leaves your site, the code keeps on running - eventually causing a massive buildup of server resources.
I've put a temp suspend on the account so you don't go over the resource limits again, if you let your programmer know the info below, he should be able to easily fix the problem, and we can then try again and see how the usage goes.
"The user "clikseek" had 225 PHP processes all were executing "/usr/bin/php [url removed, login to view]".
I suspect this "[url removed, login to view]" script is not exiting when it should, resulting in it running for alot longer than it should.
Try adding an exit() statement to the bottom of the PHP script.
You now have 350MB free, compared to the mere 40MB free ram you had prior to me killing off the PHP processes.)