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Question: Could the error shown on the screenshot be the reason why my site is very slow?

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Offtopic. Not a programming question. Try the DBA SE site. Take note: this is NOT a jobs board. If you come here offering payment, your question will be closed and ignored. – Marc B May 14 '13 at 21:16
Oh sorry Marc, edited. What do you mean by DBA SE site? could you point me to one please? – Serge Sf May 14 '13 at 21:32
Thanks a lot Marc. – Serge Sf May 14 '13 at 21:45

Your free space in the current innodb file (ibdata[1] ?) is decreasing. It doesn't necessarily mean that your website is slow.

Maybe the number of users (concurrent users) has increased in the last few days ? (also causing lots of inserts int he DB?)

There is no error in the print screen. it's just your monitoring system, reporting a value that have reached the critical threshold.

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