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    I'll post this question here, because the programming section is largely ignored. I've got 2 digitalocean...
    I'll post this question here, because the programming section is largely ignored.

    I've got 2 digitalocean servers on 512mb ram each. Each server had serverpilot.io agent installed on it, so it manages both servers. The only customisation I've done was fail2ban install and mod, and some ssh hardening. No caching is done on the servers that I know of.

    Serverpilot sets up the webservers with apache 2.4.x and nginx latest. Nginx serves as reverse proxy for apache.

    That's what's happening to me on 2 digitalocean servers is:

    Server A -> piwik on domainone.tld/piwik. No SSL, so that should be done as well.
    Server B -> wordpress on domaintwo.tld. NO SSL, it's an empty amazon aff. wannabe site.

    wordpress gets slowned by a lot because it's loading shit from server a. it's probably because of lack of caching.

    I'll post speed test pictures here in a minute:

    Running speedtests on pingdom, it seems that either their dns is shit or digitalocean name servers take a ****ing long time to load.

    That's most of google's speed test feedback: http://pastebin.com/szCAj53W

    Any knowledgeable dev/marketer willing to share some feedback?

    Where should I start caching?

    This is pingdom's result from Server A's piwik javascript:

    Response Headers 200


    Date cut GMTContent-EncodinggzipLast-Modified Date Cut GMTServernginxETagWTF
    VaryAccept-EncodingContent-Typeapplication/javascriptTransfer-EncodingchunkedConnectionkeep-alive
    Request Headers

    Pragmano-cacheAccept-Encodinggzip, deflate, sdchHostdomainone.tld
    Accept-Languageen-US,en;q=0.8User-AgentMozilla/5.0 (X11; Linux x86_64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/39.0.2171.95 Safari/537.36Accept*/*Refererhttp://domaintwo.tld/
    Connectionkeep-aliveCache-Controlno-cache





    That's the webpagetest.org speedtest from yesterday http://pastebin.com/g5ke6yFM .
    It seems that external dns lookups take a whole lot of damn time.

    Please help a peasant.
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    Default Re: Wordpress Page loading time

    One of the most significant steps you can take to speed up your WordPress site is signing up with a quality host.

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    Default Re: Wordpress Page loading time

    WordPress plugins are obviously quite useful, but some of the best fall under the caching category, as they drastically improve page loads time, and best of all, all of them on WP.org are free and easy to use.

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    Default Re: Wordpress Page loading time

    Ok, Thanks for sharing the very Informative information.

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    Default Re: Wordpress Page loading time

    Images are usually the largest files on a site so if they aren’t compressed they can take ages to load.

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