Posts Under 'Performance'

Website Cache Control Using Apache 2.x and mod_expires

mod_expires – This module controls the setting of the Expires HTTP header in server responses. The expiration date can set to be relative to either the time the source file was last modified, or to the time of the client access. The Expires HTTP header is an instruction to the client about the document’s validity […]

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Apache performance tips

If Apache 2.0 is running on several Linux boxes behind a load balancer, here are a couple of things you can do to speed things up. 1. Disable RedirectMatch directives temporarily 2. Increase MaxClients and ServerLimit This is a well-known Apache performance optimization tip. Its effect is to increase the number of httpd processes available […]

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Apache Performance Tuning

Apache 2.x is designed to balance flexibility, performance and portability. Apache is a good all-purpose webserver. Since Apache is designed to fit most scenarios it hasn’t been optimized to set any kind of speed records, but Apache 2.x is capable of high performance. There have been many improvements made in Apache 2.x and many are […]

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