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Wordpress Wordpress + Super Cache Plugin + Nginx install guide

Discussion in 'Blogs & CMS usage' started by eva2000, May 28, 2014.

  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    [​IMG]

    How did you overcome this?
    Deleted the install.php and upgrade.php or just chmod?
     
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    Don't recall exactly, you can delete them if you want
     
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    Because you have it 99% green bar, mine is yellow on upgrade.php and install.php :)
     
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    yeah was long ago, don't recall if i manually deleted them heh
     
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    Just setup this on someone that has a very high traffic WordPress site.

    3,000 to 4,000 online at a time (every minute), woh!
    And WP Super Cache helps a lot!

    Now I know, WP doesn't need much RAM, but a powerful CPU.
     
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    Plus I added Widget Cache also.
    But I'm not using AutoOptimizer, it breaks the site and filtering some js will be useless instead I use ngx_pgespeed with most filters enabled.

    Still using Rocket Lazy Load plugin cause latest ngx_pagespeed doesn't lazy_load image sometimes.
    Thanks Eva!
     
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    or a good web stack configuration ;) :D
     
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    Yeah I know you're very much good.
    It will be much better if you can advice something :D
    Maybe I miss some things.
     
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    I just say that because the owner of the Wordpress site just open it, and his site just got 20+ post.
    Without any comments enabled on the site, only facebook comment.
    And the database size is only 10+MB, hehehe.

    He got a lot of traffic from his facebook fan page which I think running for many years already.
    He got 1.5 Million+ followers :)
     
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    Average CPU usages from NodeQuery stats is 25-35 % CPU usage.
    Using DigitalOcean $160/mo plan with 8 cpu cores.
     
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    Forgive me on this post, the reason of the very high CPU lately on DigirtalOcean it's because his server was being DDOS/Hammered.
    Now I transfer his site on my SoYouStart server w/ ddos protection.

    Google Analytics Real Time visitors has an average of 1,000 and more but the cpu load is just .05 to .1 hehe.
     
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    Why didn't enable this?
    upload_2015-4-13_11-18-7.png
     
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    nginx already compresses html static pages

    as to last 2 yes you can enable
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    123.09beta01 centmin.sh menu option 22 has 3 user selection cache options

    1. keycdn cache enabler (recommended)
    2. wp super cache
    3. redis nginx level cache

    recommended one is keycdn cache enabler which is better version of wp super cache
     
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