Vps Performance Tweaks
Well we cant do much about hardware most of the time if we are on a budget. Like if the vps has only.like 512RAM then we have to see how we can optimize the RAM usage. We can do things like minimize using spam filters, using lighter control panels, using alternatives for Apache, Optimize MySQL, disable and remove unnecessary services etc.
(2017-07-25, 1:51:36 am)dudex Wrote: @deanhills

Usually we can't do much about hardware performance. And if we are getting an unmanaged vps then we need to take care of rest of the stuff by our selves too. Like Server Hardening and also optimizing the server / services. Tweaking Apache and Mysql services can make your vps little bit faster. Using Lighttpd instead of Apache can save RAM and also probably make your VPS little faster.

True, but that's program and script related though.  Hardening and server related is in the hands of the gods.  But yes, anything that one puts on the VPS one can fix it so one gets optimum use.  The less one puts on the VPS also, the better.
a huge thing for me was restarting the server periodically on my Minecraft server. Along with announcements prior to the automated restart i had.
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Using VPS is like using your personal computer. How would you increase the performance of your PC? It's a common sense. Using lighter programs, stopping unused process are already mentioned. Also, protect your VPS with DDos protection.
1. Cache Mangement : Using tools like Cloudflare or other specific tools to cache information and reduce load. Also clear cache data at fixed interval to save space.
2. Installing judiciously: Surfing the net you will find great tools for many things, install these wisely because if you install them all you may end up putting lot of load for no good reason.
3. Use lighter alternatives.. Duh! Tongueout
I would like to thank freevps.us for the knowldge i gained through your forum.
What distribution of Linux do you plan on going with so we can provide you with a better response.
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1.Cache Your Content
2.Optimize Your Content
3.Consider a CDN
Looking closely at how Apache, MySQL, and caching are configured can help improve the response time of your website and the overall experience for your end user.
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