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Old 26th January 2010, 18:38
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Originally Posted by till View Post
I would add another GB ram to speed up the system as ram is really cheap. But it should also work with your curent configuration, its not a vsever and the kernel is able to use swap temporarily. More ram has the benefit that mysql is able to create the temporary tables in ram instead on the harddisk and this will speed up the joomla sites as joomla uses mysql a lot.
And an another last question... what i should use? cgi, fastcgi, mod-php...

In performance and consumer terms

Thanks a lot Till
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