Hi, we've just put together a cms and in my mind it has a fairly small footprint. However there are one or two problems with the server and the admin seem to think it is the demanding script, however I don;t think it is demanding in the slightest, but I don't know much about the results returned by memory_get_usage();
The site is similar in size to http://www.fried-online.co.uk/ and uses the same CMS (the actuall site is in dev so can't be shown)
Each page compiles from database data and templates. It is then cached and server from a semi static file. The compile time of the first run script ranges between 0.8 and 1 second. It makes 13 mysql queries and has 2.43MB of memory used. When the page is cached it compiles in 0.018 seconds, has 0 db queries and uses 1.07mb of memory.
Are the hosts justified in saying this is a demanding script? If it is why is it, what are reasonable memory uses and db query counts? (I know the impact of a script is more than just db queries)