Nginx, PHP, Wordpress, VirtualBox
steve at greengecko.co.nz
Fri Jan 11 09:31:40 UTC 2013
On 11/01/13 22:04, Jan-Philip Gehrcke wrote:
>> On 1/10/2013 3:49 PM, Steve Holdoway wrote:
>>> You don't say what the problem is, but if it's performance, look at:
>>> 1. Host database config
>>> 2. PHP config - memory use
>>> 3. Add an opcode cacher - APC seems to work best on php-fpm
>>> 4. Nginx config - compression, expiry headers, fpm resources.
>>> TBH I feel that WP caching options are for those without the ability to
>>> to the job properly - ie cannot tune their servers.
> Not sure what you are referring to here. The premise is that caching
> for WordPress is a must:
> I am running a WordPress site with nginx, php-fpm, and APC on a low
> performance machine with two cores. Without caching, it is able to
> serve about 5 page requests per second. At this request rate, php-fpm
> constantly produces 100 % CPU load on both cores. The take-home
> message is that WordPress is bloated and requires its resources. Maybe
> this is still tunable in order to increase performance by a few or
> even 100 percent. But this is not worth the effort, because with
> enabled nginx fastcgi_cache the server easily answers thousands of
> requests per second, i.e. exhibits several orders of magnitude more
> Some people are using a caching plugin for WordPress itself -- which
> is a good solution when using a shared hosting platform without the
> chance to change the web stack or change the web server configuration.
> Others implement caching below the web application level as I did.
> This is a cleaner and probably faster solution. In any case, caching
> for WordPress is a must.
So you agree with me then...
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