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WordPress with W3 Total Cache on Nginx with APC (Virtualmin)

…to php.ini You will need to reload the php-fastcgi processes if you change php.ini. Luckily, Virtualmin creates service scripts for each virtual domain, which you can use to reload PHP. The service scripts are located in /etc/rc.d/init.d. php-fcgi-domain1-com php-fcgi-domain2-com Script allows stop, start, restart e.g. service php-fcgi-domain2-com restart The service may also be restarted via Webmin > Services > Bootup and Shutdown Memory… 4, 0, 0, 0 and 207.56

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SoccerNews.com website

Apache and MySql Performance Tuning for High Traffic WordPress Website on Cpanel

SoccerNews.com is a high traffic WordPress site with over 600,000 unique visitors and over 2,000,000 page impressions per month. It is a content republisher and aggregator, presenting custom XML feeds for (what else?) soccer news from all over the world. The site has a very active user base, providing content in the forms of editorials and comments on news items. Advertising and sponsored referrals provide the revenue stream. SoccerNews.com web… 1, 0, 2, 0 and 129.73

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APC INFO Monitor

APC Cache Considerations for Virtual Hosting Environments

APC cache does not work well in a virtual hosting environment unless PHP is running as FCGID, and every individual virtual host has a unique PHP.ini and a unique fcgiwrapper. This is not the case with many virtual hosting environments because the memory and CPU requirements are too great. I suggest using Virtualmin for a shared hosting environment with APC cache, because it does allow to set php.ini and fcgiwrapper for every individual virtual h… 1, 0, 0, 0 and 51.89

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WordPress Content Management

If you don’t need the power of a full-blown Content Management System, and want a site that’s easier to manage, WordPress is a great choice. It’s just right for small businesses and non-profit or service organizations. WordPress grows increasingly powerful, with an active development community building amazing plugins and themes that add to the software’s core functionality. ChrisGilligan.com is powered by WordPress, and… 1, 0, 0, 0 and 51.89

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