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

…dPress sites with W3 Total Cache and APC Alternative PHP Cache, so I was very interested to see how Nginx performance compares to Apache for WordPress, and whether APC and W3TC would play nice with Nginx. I prefer to install WordPress in public_html/wordpress for ease of development, compatibility with other scripts, etc. Accordingly, the suggested […]

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Automated WordPress Installation Via Custom Virtualmin Script Installer

…ripts/ name the copy — this is important because the script requires proper id download example script (with all of the below already completed) edit to give a new name: script_wordpress_desc “Custom WordPress” replace ALL instances of script_wordpress with script_custompress (id to match filename) link to your zip: ‘url’ => “file://localhost/path/to/” (~line 150… […]

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WordPress Content Management

…d 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. is powered by WordPress, and so are many of my client’s websites. WordPress can also be combined with an existing website to add news, weblink and weblog functions. […]

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Varnish VCL and Config for WordPress with W3 Total Cache

I have been working on a Varnish front-end for Apache, to be used with WordPress sites. I described the architecture in Load Balancing Virtualmin WordPress Hosting Server with Varnish on AWS. I now have a configuration that seems to work for all WordPress features, including logged-out commenting. This configuration also works well with W3 Total […]

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How to Configure APC Cache on Virtual Servers with PHP running under FCGId

…cripts that do not have APC hooks and have their own caching schemes, dynamic image resizers, etc.), you can filter them out with simple RegEx: apc.filters = “-/home/username/public_html/apc\.php$,-/home/username/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/themes/themename/thumb\.php$,-/usr/share/psa-horde/.*,+/home/username/public_html/phpmyadmin/.*” TimThumb is a good example of a common WordPress theme plugin that may not need to be cached. Because the… 8, 0, 0, 0 and 534.79

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Web Hosting

Decades of experience hosting websites, from small local sites with only a few html pages, to high-traffic sites with thousands of users and pages.  Website hosting, evolved Web hosting has changed dramatically in the last few years. The majority of accounts are now running PHP scripts and MySQL, whereas in the past most accounts were only […]

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

…;s efault Apache and MySQL configurations were limiting the number of concurrent user sessions the server could handle. Changed PHP to run as FastCGI (fcgid) and recompiled Apache to better handle the needs of a high traffic WordPress site. Configured a large MySQL table and query cache based on performance and load testing. Configured Amazon […]

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Farm to Table Restaurant Website

…dPress, including text-based navigation and replacement of scanned layout comps, which were being used for page display & navigation. I reworked the stylesheet to replace image-based text with CSS styled text, integrated WordPress navigation, and then added a few WordPress plugins. Constant Contact API for automated newsletter signup Simple Facebook Connect for Facebook Fan Page […]

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WordPress Fail2Ban RegEx for RedHat, CentOS, Amazon Linux

VacantServer WordPress sites are getting hammered with bad logins and probes. We’ve implemented a plugin to log failed login attempts to syslog, and a Fail2Ban filter for the same. If you run these on RedHat, you’ll need some additional configuration info… here it is: WordPress login failure regex (error_log): ^%(__prefix_line)sAuthentication failure for .* from <HOST>$ […]

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