[development] Question about Drupal performance
kb at 2bits.com
Mon Jul 9 23:43:27 UTC 2007
Remember also that this applies only to a host under your control,
which means a VPS or dedicated host.
You can't install memcached on a shared host.
On 7/9/07, Tony Guntharp <fusion94 at damagestudios.net> wrote:
> The Memcache module isn't hard to use at all, the tricky bits are
> getting memcached installed. If you follow the README/INSTALL files
> it's pretty straight forward. I'm running an older version of it on a
> site which the administrative bits aren't working so I'm not sure if
> the latest has that enabled.
> Tony Guntharp
> Co-Founder SourceForge.net
> fusion94 at damagestudios.net
> On Jul 9, 2007, at 4:25 PM, Lennart Borgman (gmail) wrote:
> > Tony Guntharp wrote:
> >> Not wanting to say anything bad in regards to the admin staff at
> >> your web hosting company but I believe that they are wrong. Drupal
> >> out of the box is going to be slow. Just as 98% of all web
> >> applications will be until you take the time to configure them
> >> properly.
> >> 1) Turn on Drupal caching
> >> 2) Enable an Opcode Optimizer such as eAccelerator, XCache, APC
> >> 3) Enable Memcache (can be a bit tricky)
> > Thanks Tony, I saw there was a release of the Drupal Memcache
> > Module 1.0 on 2007-06-27. Is it still tricky to use?
> >> 4) Tweak Apache to meet your needs.
> >> 5) Tweak MySQL to meet your needs.
> >> Performancing of ANY web site/web application is an ongoing
> >> process and should always be revisited to ensure that you're
> >> getting the most out of your hardware.
> >> -t
> >> Tony Guntharp
> >> Co-Founder SourceForge.net
> > Thanks for that good initiative too :-)
> >> fusion94 at damagestudios.net 1-415-692-5507
> >> 1-415-680-5361
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