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I'm wondering if people have any recommendations on scaling authenticated traffic sites?
Context: We've got about 2,500 users, of whom, 50-100 are on at any one time throughout the day. Right now their interactions are on largely static pages so we've gotten away with display_cache / entitycache / APC / Advagg for cache bin optimization so we can deliver pages pretty quickly.Read more
Wanted to post this here as Admin Menu is a great module! It allows your to provide quick and easy navigation to the most used parts of your Drupal administration experience. It provides cache clearing and searching and an array of other nice to haves that don't ship with the default Drupal administration menu. However due to the way that the menu needs to be kept up-to-date this module does not scale very well and can be a prime contributor to slow cache rebuilds and memory issues for larger Drupal sites.
Wanted to post this to this group as well about my investigation into the memory used by drupal's various hooks in a site that I'm developing. As a result of the monitoring I was able to find ways to either eliminate or mitigate many RAM zapping functions and hooks as well as finding ways to mitigate some other functions (like optimizing the core book module's navigation rendering capabilities).
I used this dropbucket of functions to do the profiling w/ devel to dpm the output dropbucket.org/node/2036
ATTACHED: comparison of download waterfall before and after applying these hacks to my page.
I wanted to share with you some techniques I've discovered over the last couple of days that seem to have a noticeable impact on download times. These are especially applicable to pages with large CSS files on first load, as once things get cached it doesn't make much difference.Read more
Just thought I'd post my session proposal here to see if anyone else is planning on submitting similar sessions at DrupalCon LA 2015.
How to bulk Import XML files -Content from xml systems category base to drupal
Hello I have custom CMS we are moving to Drupal.Our custom CMS has bulk post system via XML feed.
We post 1000 articles/News via xml per hour on our CMS.
We need to know how to import bulk xml as Categories (Taxonomy) base.
Here is our xml file below
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" standalone="yes"?>
So I've been trying Phalcon the last few days and also started making my own extensions today using Zephir. Zephir is basically a high-level programming language that makes compiled PHP extensions. So it's supposed to be like the best of two worlds - compiled performance and easy development.
Read more here: http://zephir-lang.com/
I started using it today and since I had nothing better to compare it with I started porting some of the functions found in Drupals common.inc, just for learning. And it is very easy to use.Read more
I'm trying to use Memcache API and Integration | Drupal.org along with How To Share PHP Sessions on Multiple Memcached Servers on Ubuntu 14.04.
OS & Packages:
# cat /etc/redhat-release
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.6 (Santiago)
# rpm -q httpd php php-pecl-memcache
We are using a custom CMS for our newspaper.We ware thinking to move drupal.here will be 1 million article.Its post all news 1 day then its create a day folder and then index then all are html file here.We cannot update 2 ore more a days that the problem.
I want move drupal.but I need to know its possible all article cache and when user visit article here will be no query on database.I want put as all articles as static.Read more
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