[wp-hackers] Expected WPMU Performance
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Tue Oct 3 06:23:44 GMT 2006
In my tests, the memcache object-cache was slower than the same APC based
object-cache, not by much, but it was.
On 10/2/06, Ryan Boren <ryan at boren.nu> wrote:
> Shayne Sweeney wrote:
> > Robin,
> > Litespeed is actually what Wordpress.com uses. According to their
> > benchmarks, Litespeed's, Litespeed is faster. My tests have also shown
> > numbers accurate to theirs. I've also tried Lighttpd in the past, both
> > Litespeed and Lighttpd are showing numbers much faster than Apache.
> > I am using a PHP caching as well, in fact, APC (Alternative PHP Cache).
> > the past I have used eAccelerator too. Both provide op-code caching and
> > also has key based caching, similar to that of memcache.
> > I'm currently writing a caching plugin that acts similar to WP-Cache but
> > computable with WPMU.
> > Still looking for some solution.
> You can try out the memcached backend to the WP object cache.
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