[wp-hackers] 5 minutes to a faster blog
viper at viper007bond.com
Sat Dec 2 08:59:23 GMT 2006
Ever compare the amount of time it takes to make a new post on MT vs. WP?
There's a reason people are dropping MT like a rotten apple.
And if your server can't handle WP and needs a static version, try WP-Cache.
I run a WP powered site that uses WP-Cache and eAccelerator. The WordPress
part of the site gets 750,000 to 1.2 million pageviews a month on average
and it putts along at about a 0.50 load even though it's also hosting a very
popular vBulletin forum.
On 12/1/06, Doug Stewart <zamoose at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/1/06, Matt Mullenweg <m at mullenweg.com> wrote:
> > Doug Stewart wrote:
> > > Not to denigrate these tips, but you should have titled that "5
> > > to a
> > > faster SELF-HOSTED blog". Last I checked, Dreamhost won't let me
> > implement
> > > ANY of the suggestions made above.
> > Part of the assumption is that if you get a level of traffic where any
> > of this is really needed, you probably have more influence over your
> > hosting environment whether directly through a VPS or dedicated server
> > or with a hosting provider you're paying more than 20/mo.
> Which is precisely ignoring my core point. Movable Type setups on
> shared hosting have at least a good shot at surviving a good digging -
> WordPress setups, not so much. How do we reverse that, other than
> saying "buy better hosting" or "why not try a WordPress.com blog where
> you have much less control over look, feel, plugins and
> architecture?", both of which come off as sounding elitist, snobbish
> and frankly demeaning.
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