May 14, 2018 in Classic self-hosted technical help
Getting about 2.85s load times, it seems so slow! Help!
Check out https://gtmetrix.com/reports/www.bwgforums.com/Gusj2ywQ
You probably want to start at the server level (i.e. generating the pages), since the first byte time is very long. However, since you gave zero information about your server environment, there is nothing we could recommend specifically.
Centos 6.9 , php 5.6
running cpanel. Using aws and redis
I would highly recommend upgrading php to 7.x in this case.
Thanks, I’ll give it a go
You might want to run a tool like mysqltuner (just google it) - it can help you tune your database configuration to ensure it is performing optimally based on the resources available to your specific server and your specific data sets.
Thanks for the tip, appreciate it.
What kind of page load speeds can I expect with optimal configuration?
I'm considering switching to nginx. I have no need for this cpanel anyway.
That's going to vary by size of the site, how many active users you have, server resources, the theme you have installed, customizations you have installed and so on. That's a difficult question to answer, in other words.
Thanks for the reply.
I migrated to a a beefier centos 7 server this time I set it up with nginx, speed is 2x as quick.
Still going to enable redis php for caching, it was definitely worth the move.
I have serious problems with slow loading, for objects that are in the UPLOAD folder ... suggestion ... ???
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