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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vishal, Dec 4, 2003.

  1. vishal

    vishal Well-Known Member

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    Hello All,

    We have a website hosted on server. Due to heavy traffic the site seems to be working slow. TOP reports server load due to MySql and HTTPD. Server load is normally around 2.0. Monthly usage of bandwidth is around 65 GB. Below us our server configuration:
    Intel Pentium III 1133MHz (Dual Processor)
    RAM: 1 GB

    Can any one please suggest a solution for making it work faster.

    Thank you,
     
  2. DJ_Max

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    Hmm, I have no idea why your server is working slow. :confused:
    Can i have i liitle more information on your server specs. Because you might need a box w/ hyperthreading.
     
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    Keep your firewall and .htaccess code to a minimal, too many domains on a server will slow it down as well.

    apache uses .html first and .htm last for ext. if you use .htm it may work harder them needed to find the ext.

    keep your apache file as simple as possible delete any #notes that don't need to be there.

    Also if you do not allow a extension then take it out of apache, same for the frontpages names like index and default.

    allot of people don't think it matters but in a speed to fast to measure it helps and if you get a lot of traffic it adds up.

    Always run static pages before a script when you can.
     
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