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Reduce your Server Response Time

Discussion in 'Domains and Hosting' started by Cavalier0754, Nov 10, 2015.

  1. Cavalier0754

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    One of the things Google measures websites on is the server response time.

    What do you guys do on your servers to improve it and keep your response times down?
     
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  3. T J Tutor

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    Each time I found it necessary, I added ram and cores to my servers.
     
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    A CDN helps me immensely.
    And turning on FCGI.
     
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    Would you be able to explain what the CDN is and turning on the FCGI does and also what other effects you get for using them
     
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    (From Webopedia) CDN:
    Basically, it holds your content on servers around the world. When someone accesses my website from Australia - the CDN will serve my websites content from their Australian server (if applicable).

    (From Wikipedia) FCGI:
    Basically instead of creating a new process for each request, it uses persistent processes to handle requests.

    Both links contain a deeper definition.

    I unfortunately don't have before and after screenshot of statistics of using a CDN. But I can show you before and after screenshots of using a caching plugin and FCGI.

    Without FCGI and caching plugin:
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    With:
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    Using these will most definitely help with load time.
     
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