Four tips to improve the performance of linux vps


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Four tips to improve the performance of linux vps

  1. 1. Four Tips to Improve the performance of Linux VPS
  2. 2. Four Tips to Improve the performance of Linux VPSAlmost best virtual server plans start with 256MB to512MB of RAM at low cost and if you are going toupgrade these plans, its too costly. In this situation byusing Improve the performance of Linux VPS.• Configure MySQL• Disable Control Panels• Disable system Services• Configure Apache properly
  3. 3. Configure MySql• One of the best ways to expand your available RAM for Linux VPS is installing MySQL cache of the right size.• If you noticed that your MySQL server instance is using too much memory, you can decrease the MySQL cache sizes.• If MySQL gets slow down with large requests then increase the MySQL cache.• By configuring Mysql you can investigate different sizes to see which one works the best For your needs.
  4. 4. Disable Control Panels• As we know, everyone love to use most popular control panels, like phpMyAdmin, Webmin, Plesk and Cpanel.• However, with the help of disabling these control panels we can free up quite a bit of resources- sometimes it can be up to 120 MB of RAM.• So it is a good idea to disable these control panels until we actually required them, however all control panels can be turned on with the help of a PHP script or shell command.
  5. 5. Disable system Services• This is a best way to improve the performance of VPS server is to disable any system services that are not in use and necessary.• Services that are not in use will still use RAM and CPU time and might allow your server to be attacked remotely.• If we are not using those services manage the startup which starts these services on every boot and disable them.
  6. 6. Configure Apache properly• The Apache server is a recognized for its role in the development of the World Wide Web so before expanding your RAM.• Check how much memory Apache is using, and adjust the Start Servers and Min Spare Server directives as needed to save up more memory.• With proper Apache configuration and checking how much memory Apache is using and adjusting the Min Spare Servers directive and Start Servers as needed we can free up more memory.
  7. 7. ConclusionIf you manage your dedicated virtual privateserver by using this simple and easy trick then it guaranteed that you can not only save the30-40% amount of RAM, which is used by your VPS but also you may save big money per month.
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