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Yes, it is good, but other options are also good. There is no silver bullet in term of webservers and caching software, if there was everybody would have been using the same tools. It depends both on what are your actual needs and how comfortable are you with managing the tools. For example it might be that nginx is somewhat faster then apache, but if you ...


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It depends on local factors and actual usage patterns. Bigger queries require more memory to store the data and potentially, depending on the plugins you use, to process it into the response, therefor you are more in a risk of running out of memory. With Bigger response (i.e. bigger page HTML) it takes more time to transfer the page to the browser making the ...


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After almost 4 years I got back on this and finally found the problem. Turns out the site had a lot of articles ALL marked as sticky. Due to the unbelievably dumb way wordpress uses to mark sticky posts (a serialized array in wp_options), the main loop of the dynamic home page took an incredibly long time. Clearing the sticky_posts field in the table fixed ...



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