[Owasp-Malaysia] The Best, Secure and lightier HTTPD
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Thu Sep 30 07:47:11 EDT 2010
I'm glad to recommend you all to use CrossFTP on *nix for it's smoother
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Sharuzzaman Ahmat Raslan <
sharuzzaman at gmail.com> wrote:
> If your main issue is slowness, you should try to look at where is the
> Is it at the database, or the webserver not able to serve quickly, or
> the php is taking a long time to parse the code, or something else.
> In Enterprise environment, webserver and database server should reside
> on different machine, so that proper tuning to the application
> behaviour can be performed.
> Webserver need tuning on network I/O so that it can serve the packet
> as fast as possible, but database server need tuning on disk I/O so
> that in can read the data in the disk as fast as possible.
> Hardware specification also need to be looked. If one instance of
> Joomla requires for example 128MB of RAM, 30 instance would need
> around 3.8GB of RAM. That is the lowest expectation. Other factor need
> to be considered as well.
> Just changing the webserver software will not magically make your
> problem goes away.
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 10:50 AM, Muzamir Mokhtar <muzamir at pahang.gov.my>
> > Thank you for the great ideas from all of you.
> > From lots of webserver and they claim to be the lightest and the
> > speedest webserver. Can anyone give ideas on the webserver being used
> > and can see the performance better dan apache.
> > Please do let me know. I have a server with almost 30 CMS - Joomla
> > hosting on it. I have been using apache for long time. However since
> > the number of host website grows, it getting slower..
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