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emmanova:
Since I moved to Hostgator I am now getting this error. The said is my forum is using lot of traffic, high CPU and that I need to enable caching.

Connection Problems
Sorry, SMF was unable to connect the database. This may be caused by the server being busy. Please try again later.

TheListener:
I believe they are a reseller ( if memory is intact).

I'd change host asap.

Eudemon:
if you're using more resources than allowed, this problem most likely caused by your host

emmanova:
Well thank you guys but in order for me to really have a good argument with Host Gator and let them know is their server I need to have a good backup explanation. I already try to explain to them that is there server and I am not getting anywhere. Like for example:

How my site will create such a high demand on their server when I never have more than 4 or 5 members per day?
Anyway to see on my server or inside SMF what is running in the background so when they tell me is my site I can tell them, "here is the report that my forum is not doing it"

I move already from one hosting provider because they didnt have a good security and all my sites were getting hacked to the root directory, that's why I move to Host Gator. I really need professional advice to back me up. Or something to show.

CoreISP:
HostGator is a overseller indeed. Ergo it's a scam. Finding a real host would solve your issues, HG wont give in.

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