Posts Tagged ‘ cache ’

A few words about custom partitions and /var

Aug 30th, 2012 | By

So I just installed Debian onto my new laptop, this time through vmware with a windows 7 host because I for once have enough ram and cpu to handle virtualization, and this time I felt I was ready to custom configure a more complex partition schema based on my experience.  Not the recommended BS that
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Speeding up PHP with APC (NOT eAccelerator) in Debian Squeeze running php 5 and apache 2

Jul 27th, 2012 | By

Well today my server was being killed by something or other and after 30 minutes of trying to track down what it was I decided to spend my time optimizing my server and implementing a proper caching mechanism (finally!).  I come from a BSD background and we ran eAccelerator on all of our servers so
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Lessons learned about speeding up WordPress and an apache webserver in general

Nov 8th, 2011 | By

Alright so I’ve been struggling with this for quite some time.  I run 60-70 wordpress blogs that make up a large network of travel websites providing information on news, restaurants, hotels, events and job postings for every major city in north america.  Chances are if you’ve searched one of those things for a particular city
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