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General Chat Thread, It's slooooooooow in General; You could see if your site host allows/has a PHP acclerator. I implemented it on our moodle box here in ...
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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    You could see if your site host allows/has a PHP acclerator. I implemented it on our moodle box here in school and it's helped enourmously.

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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    Just a thought. Seeing as the forums are the most popular / used part of the site, how about hosting the forums on a seperate host with is own domain. www.edugeekforums.net for example.

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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    a subdomain would be more sensible surely? No point in buying an extra domain name when you don't need one. eg,

    http://forums.edugeek.net

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    Yes or a subdomain But you get the idea.

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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    Well, whatever somebody did about 10 minutes ago seemed to have done the trick

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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    What's this PHP accellerator dooberry about then?

    How do i go about installing it on an ubuntu box. Is there an apt-get package for it??

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    Re: It's slooooooooow

    Turck MMCache is what I use.

    http://turck-mmcache.sourceforge.net

    It basically caches the interpreted PHP pages. So if you get a lot of people staring at the same content then the web server doesn't have to keep rerunning PHP. Saves a lot of CPU time but will munch ram.



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