Nginx (pronounced “engine-x”) is a free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy, as well as an IMAP/POP3 proxy server., licensed under a BSD-like license. It is known for its high performance, stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption. Nginx ...

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Fastest Server Config, Whats your suggestion?

If you were configuring a new VPS for a WP website that hasn't launched yet, What technologies would you choose? (website specs below) Website Targeting 50-60k hits /mo. and more The website is ...
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Optimize apache for WP use

Greetings, I have a WP site with over than 150k pageviews /day. It's running on a Intel Core i5 CPU 760 @ 2.80GHz, with Centos and 4 GB of RAM. The problem is WP consumes too much RAM and after a ...
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Intermittently missing pages and posts in WordPress

Every now and then some of my Wordpress pages (and posts) seems to be missing, I get the 404 page (although the HTTP response code is 200). A couple of hours later the page is back, with no changes in ...
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My WordPress site always displays a cached version of its homepage

First of all, sorry if I'm making a mistake. I already asked this on the ServerFault forum, but got no answers at the moment and I thought it would be a good idea to ask the question here, considering ...
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My WordPress site always displays a cached version of its homepage

I have a WordPress site that runs fine, but there's a strange behaviour: one a reader loads the page, the site shows a "cached" version of the site, with the same news and comment numbers that the ...
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In terms of performance - Is unmanaged VPS better then a managed one - for WP sites?

I am looking into optimizing my WP blogs, and one thing that comes out is that several of the most acclaimed solutions people are offering (Such as eaccelerator and Nginx), are only available if I had ...
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Configuring Routing Rules for WordPress+Nginx and WP-SuperCache?

How do you set up routing rules correctly with Nginx to support WP Super Cache for a WordPress (3.x) site?
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What issues would you face if you use Nginx

WordPress is quite a memory hog, and I've been thinking of using nginx rather than apache. The one major consideration before doing that is if there are any plugins which will stop working. I have ...