Big Wordpress Site...how to do?

CaygriWEB

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I have 2 woocommerce site in management.
Together is 10gb of files and 200mb of database

Both are on a dedicated server managed with 32gb of ram, 2x500gb ssd, intel i7-6700

Cache it's installed, theme is optimized, but some time it's slow.

How can i do to improve fast?
 

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You didn't mention what is the web server stack on your server and what all cache are enabled. Maybe that will help someone to answer your questions better.
 

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All cache is enable. The server is CentOS 7 with plesk
 

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What do you mean by all cache is enabled ?
Nginx caching or you have setup a caching plugin ?

What mariadb version is running on the server ? 5.5 ?
Have you optimized mysql configuration ?
 

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the server is full managed to another company.
IANd i haven't access ssh
just plesk user
 

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@VirtuBox

I have Plesk too. What caching should I enable to boost loading speed for my website?
 

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At first, you can enable gzip compression and browser cache by adding the following configuration in your domain settings > Apache & Nginx settings > Nginx additional configuration :

NGINX:
# Enable Gzip compression
gzip on;
gzip_disable "msie6";
 gzip_vary on;
 gzip_proxied any;
 gzip_comp_level 6;
 gzip_buffers 16 8k;
 gzip_http_version 1.1;
 gzip_types
 application/atom+xml
 application/javascript
 application/json
 application/rss+xml
 application/vnd.ms-fontobject
 application/x-font-ttf
 application/x-web-app-manifest+json
 application/xhtml+xml
 application/xml
 font/opentype
 image/svg+xml
 image/x-icon
 text/css
 text/plain
 text/x-component
 text/xml
 text/javascript;
 
# Cache static files
location ~* \.(ogg|ogv|svg|svgz|eot|otf|woff|mp4|ttf|css|rss|atom|js|jpg|jpeg|gif|png|ico|zip|tgz|gz|rar|bz2|doc|xls|exe|ppt|tar|mid|midi|wav|bmp|rtf|swf|webp)$ {
  add_header "Access-Control-Allow-Origin" "*";
  access_log off;
  log_not_found off;
  expires max;
}
Then, for wordpress website, you can use a caching system. I have written a tutorial about how to use redis object cache with wordpress on Plesk : https://kb.virtubox.net/knowledgebase/improve-wordpress-loading-speed-redis-plesk-onyx/
 

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Have you asked the management company to make some improvement on performance? Or make caching configuration?
I mean they are getting paid for this so is their responsibility.
What they said?
 

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I have 2 woocommerce site in management.
Together is 10gb of files and 200mb of database

Both are on a dedicated server managed with 32gb of ram, 2x500gb ssd, intel i7-6700

Cache it's installed, theme is optimized, but some time it's slow.

How can i do to improve fast?
There are a lot of things involved. I manage servers and even websites or applications hosted on those servers and its just not the server configuration or website cache enabling. There is so much more to it. Sometimes, there is just an error_log file that is too big and making your website slow. Sometimes some imature plugin is filling up your database with unecessary information which they normaly remove by cron but sometimes that cron is not working or timing out because the database is already too huge and your my.cnf file doesn't allow enough time to a query to clean up the table. Sometimes there are too many transients in the Wordpress that are making wp_options table too big. I am not saying that server optimization and Cache doesn't matter. It does obviously but there are a lot of other things that can cause the website to be slow. I manage websites that rank in the top 100K in alexa and faced such issues few times. You have to monitor server load, check MySQL and Apache processes. Use Query Monitor WordPress plugin for a start to see whats taking too long. In the case of WordPress with many plugins, there is so much to look at when you face a problem.
If you already signed up for managed services, then may its just for the server and not for the website. I provide manage servers that cover website maintenance as well which comes with security, optimization, and backups of servers + remote backups (on separate server) as well as websites'.
If you need any professional help, let me know.
 

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I don't think the OP is still interested to get answers to his question after 2 years...
 

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Oh, thank you for bringing it to my attention. It just appeared in the new discussions while I was loading more. I didn't notice the date. I guess I have to do it more often. I totally agree with you. Thanks. :)
 

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I manage servers and even websites or applications hosted on those servers and its just not the server configuration or website cache enabling. There is so much more to it. Sometimes, there is just an error_log file that is too big and making your website slow. Sometimes some imature plugin is filling up your database with unecessary information which they normaly remove by cron but sometimes that cron is not working or timing out because the database is already too huge and your my.cnf file doesn't allow enough time to a query to clean up the table.
 
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