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APC (Advanced PHP Cache) - Wordpress on dedicated CentOS 5.7 2Go RAM

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by pixeline, Dec 4, 2011.

  1. pixeline

    pixeline Registered

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    Hello!

    I have a brand new dedicated server running only one website powered by Wordpress.

    Traffic:
    Average 1600 Unique visitors per day. Should rise up to 5000. But it's quite slow at this point.

    HW:
    Intel(R) Celeron(R) CPU 2.80GHz
    2 Go RAM

    Software:
    Apache 2.2
    PHP 5.3.8
    APC
    --- Wordpress 3.2.1
    ------ W3C Total Cache

    I would like to know how to best configure APC. Here is my experimental configuration:

    Code:
    apc.enabled="1" 
    apc.shm_segments="3"
    apc.shm_size="256M"      	
    apc.ttl = "7200"                        	
    apc.user_ttl = "7200"                   	
    apc.num_files_hint = "1024"             	
    apc.mmap_file_mask = "/tmp/apc.XXXXXX"
    apc.enable_cli= "1"
    
    
    
    I monitored the APC via the APC-provided apc.php monitoring script.
    Any suggestion on how best to configure APC so that my site run much faster than it does?

    Thank you in advance for your time.
    A.
     
  2. LeadDogGraphics

    LeadDogGraphics Well-Known Member

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    What PHP handler are you using?
     
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