[thelist] responsiveness from "the coffee shop"
brian at hondaswap.com
Fri Oct 29 19:13:46 CDT 2010
Look into getting xcache or a similar op code cache on your server.
If possible, ditch apache/etc and install nginx.
With those 2, you'll nearly double your 'response' time.
On 10/29/2010 7:30 PM, Alex Beston wrote:
>> ==> I'm working with Joomla in this case
> Ahh, the penny drops. Not saying its your sites fault, but CMS's are
> slow, particularly sharepoint, and have had the daily work nightmares
> to go with it. How much rendering is done from database? is there
> anything which can be statically cached, only using dynamic content
> for a lot of content-changing area of the site? or are you already
> doing that Bob?
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