[wp-hackers] compression and caching
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Mon Dec 28 18:01:22 UTC 2009
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2009/12/28 Otto <otto at ottodestruct.com>
> On Sun, Dec 27, 2009 at 12:26 AM, Micah <wp at twolanedesign.com> wrote:
> > Compression is a means to an end for more efficient CPU load and faster
> > speeds using caching. That's how I was relating it.
> Except that it's not always faster or more efficient. Everything
> depends on the specific configuration involved.
> In particular, what if your server isn't storing the filesystem
> locally? If your filesystem is network mounted (NFS), then it's quite
> possible for a file-based caching solution to be slower to the point
> that it actually bogs down your network.
> You can't make any blanket statements about what's "better", because
> that depends entirely on the configuration of your particular system.
> > I agree that there are a lot of good caching plugins but the fact that
> > caching is enabled only through plugins goes against speeding things up
> > if in practice it is a small effect.
> Plugins are not automatically slower than non-plugins. It's all just
> code. It doesn't magically get any faster by being in the core.
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