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Optimizing CentOS vps; MySQL server and jpeg cropping

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by Mangoose, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Mangoose

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    Hi

    I looking for some leads and (paid) help to optimize my current CentOS vps that I control via SSH and of course the wonderful cPanel (WHM).

    I read that there are some command line instructions that let you optimize the databases
    like the following below:
    Code:
    mysqlcheck -u'admin' -p`cat /etc/psa/.psa.shadow` --auto-repair --optimize --all-databases;
    I and I also would like to implement Google's PageSpeed Modules for Apache.

    Now as for the PageSpeed Module I have not come any further than .. building mod_pagespeed From Source

    where it says:
    From there on I get lost and a bit... reluctant to do anymore that might mess things up.

    Is there not an "easy" way to do these things without involving SSH and just do it within WHM ? and if not who can and is willingly to help. Perhaps it is not apprioate to ask these things in this forum, for that I apologize but I have no idea where to ask this question.
     
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    Anoop,

    Thank you for sharing the info but i do not understand this nginx versus apache stuff. I currently have one OpenVZ container running CentOS 6.6 with Cpanel on my dedicated CentOS Linux server. The other OpenVZ container runs CentOS 5.5. That is now beside the point I wish to improve the pageloading of our scripts that run on that CentOS 6.6 container that currently is set to Apache 2.4 not Nginx.

    Are you telling me that I can still use your cPanel module nonetheless ?
     
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