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Wed Sep 12 10:01:28 MDT 2012
On Tue, Sep 11, 2012 at 10:34 AM, Ray Hunter <rayhunter at venticon.com> wrote:
> Have you looked at the queries in your database? You might be able to optimize.
I'm with Ray on this one. Jumping straight into a caching solution
isn't a good first step.
1. Confirm which pages, actions, or queries that are causing the most slowness.
2. See if you can optimize said bottlenecks.
3. Re-test, repeat at #1
For caching, it's best to start by deciding on a caching strategy
first. What to cache and when?
There are many options:
* Cache complete output via a reverse proxy
* Cache HTML output in your application
* Cache Database queries
Only after you have a caching strategy should you then work on the
"How to cache" question.
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