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8 hours ago, Owdy said:

Thanks, is that easy to install and config?

Took me less than 5 minutes to look up a “install redis” guide which gives instructions to install the redis server and the redis php extension, and to follow the steps and get it running. I haven’t bothered to tweak the default settings. Seems to work fine out of the box. 

 

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14 hours ago, Owdy said:

I have Debian 9. Is it recommended to use some caching, if so, what are best with IPB?

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Your site is currently performing very very well, if it's not broke, don't fix it... you likely have the included php opcache running already based on what I'm seeing. There would be no reason to alter your setup unless you are seeing issues. 🙂  Sometimes simple is good!  

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52 minutes ago, Rhett said:

Your site is currently performing very very well, if it's not broke, don't fix it... you likely have the included php opcache running already based on what I'm seeing. There would be no reason to alter your setup unless you are seeing issues. 🙂  Sometimes simple is good!  

Yep, thats true 🙂

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1 minute ago, Owdy said:

Yep, thats true 🙂

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I would recommend you leave it as is.. adding another level of caching can help improve some items on a very busy site or a site that is having slowness, in your case, the site is performing very very well, there is no reason to add another layer of software to further complicate your setup. Zend Opcache is a perfect solution for most, and most that add redis and others see no benefit, they just do it because they saw someone else do it.  In this case, your site is best left alone imo.  👍

 

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