Vps Performance Tweaks
#1
Good day guys,
Im one of the newbie guy,
I see that there was no official thread or tutorial about
tweaking the performance of a vps(atleast as what i have searched).
Do you know any performance tweaks that you already applied on your vps that might help us beginners.
Do you mind to share it below so that we beginners might apply it on our vps.

Thank you..
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#2
There's not much to optimize if you use Linux. Here are a few things I found.

1. Disable/uninstall programs you don't use.
2. Change swappiness. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Swap#Swappiness
3. Use lighter alternatives for programs. For example instead of MySQL use MariaDB, instead of Apache use nginx.
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#3
What do you mean of performance tweaks? If it's from web server side, use mariadb, nginx, and php-fpm like @rldsas said.
Don't forget to activate the gzip on your nginx. Make sure the level compression is 7 (default). Use memcached instead of varnish (ram eater *care)
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#4
You can aswell improve the network performance a bit by tuning the sysctl parameters.

A few reference guides and similar
- http://www.slashroot.in/linux-network-tc...ing-sysctl
- https://access.redhat.com/documentation/...neral_Tips

OpenVZ is really limited though and you cannot apply any of the tweaks most of the time. It is however software virtualization so you get 100% performance of the host node hardware anyway.
#5
(2017-07-17, 10:27:13 pm)pjay Wrote: Good day guys,
Im one of  the newbie guy,
I see that there was no official thread or tutorial about
tweaking the performance of a vps(atleast as what i have searched).
Do you know any performance tweaks that you already applied on your vps that might help us beginners.
Do you mind to share it below so that we beginners might apply it on our vps.

Thank you..

I'm not surprised there isn't a tutorial about this as in essence one's not supposed to worry about the hardware of the VPS.  That is for the owner of the server where it got sliced from to worry about.  Your worries with regard to performance should be limited to how you are using the VPS.  So if you think you're not getting the performance you should get, maybe you need to open a ticket or a support request.  Hopefully you will be able to describe exactly why you think the performance is not up to what it should be.  

As to what you are able to do with performance as a VPS owner, is to ensure that whatever you load on your VPS is performance friendly.  Like not clutter the VPS - and if you do use a control panel, to make sure you have enough memory and space to have the control panel.  The most performance friendly setup is not to have any control panel.  If you do need a control panel to administrate your VPS, WebMin comes with a good record as a control panel in that it doesn't use a lot of resources and one can monitor how one uses one's VPS on the hardware side of things.  Like in essence WebMin is an Administrator Tool.  Here's some basic info about what Webmin is:
http://www.webmin.com/intro.html

Here is some background info and a tutorial for how to use Webmin as an Administrator:
https://www.sitepoint.com/webmin-linux-a...tration-1/

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Try to avoid installing heavy 3rd party programs and try to install only what you required to save the system resources.
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