Linux.com

Home Learn Linux Linux Answers Help me to improve my system performance
Answers
  • Follow discussion on
    http://linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168

    Answered by ben
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • Follow discussion on
    http://linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168

    Answered by ben
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • Follow discussion on
    http://linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168

    Answered by ben
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • Hello,

    Check it out the latest Apache: you can do loadbalancing in an easy/nice way.

    Answered by tamas
    5 years ago
    0 1
  • Hello,

    Check it out the latest Apache: you can do loadbalancing in an easy/nice way.

    Answered by tamas
    5 years ago
    0 1
  • Hello,

    Check it out the latest Apache: you can do loadbalancing in an easy/nice way.

    Answered by tamas
    5 years ago
    0 1
  • You might consider optimising the server so that it doesn't have to use CPU time to determine the correct js code. You can optimise the js code by removing whitespace and comments, which makes the files smaller.

    Also you should reduce the number of requests that are coming in. If there are only a few users compared to the number of requests, then try to combine images/files together. If you're serving pages, put the javascript at the bottom of the pages so that they load last. That way the pages can load the important stuff faster.

    Andrea's link to discussion is good if brief [url]http://www.linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168[/url]

    Answered by twoelectric
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • You might consider optimising the server so that it doesn't have to use CPU time to determine the correct js code. You can optimise the js code by removing whitespace and comments, which makes the files smaller.

    Also you should reduce the number of requests that are coming in. If there are only a few users compared to the number of requests, then try to combine images/files together. If you're serving pages, put the javascript at the bottom of the pages so that they load last. That way the pages can load the important stuff faster.

    Andrea's link to discussion is good if brief [url]http://www.linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168[/url]

    Answered by twoelectric
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • You might consider optimising the server so that it doesn't have to use CPU time to determine the correct js code. You can optimise the js code by removing whitespace and comments, which makes the files smaller.

    Also you should reduce the number of requests that are coming in. If there are only a few users compared to the number of requests, then try to combine images/files together. If you're serving pages, put the javascript at the bottom of the pages so that they load last. That way the pages can load the important stuff faster.

    Andrea's link to discussion is good if brief [url]http://www.linux.com/community/groups/viewdiscussion/878-Need+a+good+solution?groupid=168[/url]

    Answered by twoelectric
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • Loadbalancing will be good for your servers. Enable caching (memcachd). Use servers like lighttpd or nginx to serve static content. Also you can use content delivery networks (CDNs) which can serve static contents.

    Answered by kunal
    5 years ago
    1 0
  • Loadbalancing will be good for your servers. Enable caching (memcachd). Use servers like lighttpd or nginx to serve static content. Also you can use content delivery networks (CDNs) which can serve static contents.

    Answered by kunal
    5 years ago
    1 0
  • Loadbalancing will be good for your servers. Enable caching (memcachd). Use servers like lighttpd or nginx to serve static content. Also you can use content delivery networks (CDNs) which can serve static contents.

    Answered by kunal
    5 years ago
    1 0
  • try google.com sir :p

    Answered by
    3 years ago
    0 0
Please register/login to answer this question. Click here to login
Similar Questions Found
Questions from category Root

Upcoming Linux Foundation Courses

  1. LFD331 Developing Linux Device Drivers
    25 Aug » 29 Aug - Virtual
    Details
  2. LFD411 Embedded Linux Development
    25 Aug » 29 Aug - Santa Clara, CA
    Details
  3. LFS422 High Availability Linux Architecture
    08 Sep » 11 Sep - Raleigh, NC
    Details

View All Upcoming Courses

Community Answers - Search


Who we are ?

The Linux Foundation is a non-profit consortium dedicated to the growth of Linux.

More About the foundation...

Frequent Questions

Join / Linux Training / Board