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revised Is there a way to reduce document waiting time?
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comment Is there a way to reduce document waiting time?
Regarding the cache, if ContextSwitch isn't using it already, OpCode Caching is the easiest and single most effective way to increase their initial response time. PHP has to be translated to machine code before the server can respond to it. OpCode Cache stores that translated machine code in memory, skipping the need to translate the code.
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comment Is there a way to reduce document waiting time?
@JordanRamstad You are probably correct regarding the CDN, I had assumed the initial response time included the time it took for the request to be sent from the browser to the server serving the document.
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revised Is there a way to reduce document waiting time?
I felt clarification was required -regarding opcode cache and other cache.
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comment Is there anything wrong with setting Joomla session variables consecutively in an external php script?
Thanks David. I've changed my code since posting this question, but I'm confident your answer would solve the problem. Instead of Joomla sessions, I'm using server side caching (think memcache or redis). I've found that it's much faster than trying to read and set via Joomla session. Again this is probably because I was using the database as the session handler.
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comment How do i find what is causing the error when i get the "500 error screen"
If error reporting is not correctly set up, you will receive a vague error message (ie 500 error) when the server encounters a problem. More info at stackoverflow.com/questions/11749043/…
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comment Migrating Joomla site to local machine
It sounds like you didn't enter your details correctly when you were setting up Joomla. inmotionhosting.com/support/edu/joomla-25/database/…
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revised What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
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comment What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
@RiccardoZorn Thanks for the suggestion.
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comment Why won't my Joomla site's RSS feed include images?
Can you give us more information on how the RSS feed is being generated? I.E. Extension names, etc. Probably a stupid question, but can you confirm that you are using the Joomla framework and not the Joomla CMS?
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comment What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
I'm not sure that 3rd party is the correct term for this. I believe Joomla has to use the caching system of the server, but Joomla is not compatible with all server caching systems. I'm researching the caching systems that Joomla can use....
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revised What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
More info
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comment What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
I imagine the things you mentioned use/plug in to the cache system I am researching.
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revised What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
Added examples to clarify the question's meaning.
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comment What server side caching can be used with Joomla 2.5.x?
Sorry Lodder, this is good information, but it isn't quite what I meant. Maybe I am confused a little bit about how the things you mentioned interact with the server's caching mechanisms. I wanted to know which server caching systems (for example REDIS, predis, memcached, APC, etc) can be used with Joomla 2.5.x. I originally assumed that I could use any of these, but it would appear that that isn't the case.
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