Tag Archive: Cache

Feb 17

How to: Speed up CrashPlan by Reassigning Cache Folder to a Different Directory

How to: Speed up CrashPlan by Reassigning Cache Folder to a Different Directory I’m guessing if you’ve bumped into this article is because you have deployed CrashPlan and you’re looking up for ways to speed it up. I have been a customer for several years now and I am happy with the solution from a …

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Mar 30

How to: Install and use MySQLTuner to Optimize your MySQL configuration / performance

How to: Install and use MySQLTuner to Optimize your MySQL configuration / performance I am writing this post mostly because there is in my opinion a much better way to install MySQLTuner on your machine that the usual apt-get install MySQLTuner. As many of you would probably already know MySQLTuner is a well known and …

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Dec 21

How to: Measure your NginX Cache Performance using $upstream_cache_status in a custom Cache log

How to: Measure your NginX Cache Performance using $upstream_cache_status in a custom Cache log One of the great features of NginX is it’s ability to cache content from a number of sources including but not limited to a proxy server or a fast cgi server. But in order to understand truly how well your cache …

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Dec 09

Memcache vs Azure Cache

Memcache vs Azure Cache Memcache is a distributed, in-memory caching solution used to help speed up large scale web applications by taking pressure off the database. Memcache is used by many of the internet’s biggest websites and has been merged with other technologies in innovative ways. Windows Azure supports the Memcache protocol to enable customers …

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