This group is dedicated to solutions and approaches for high traffic, high performing Drupal sites. As such, it will deal with a lot of information around the rest of a typical Drupal "stack" -- the operating system, web server, database, and PHP tweaks that combine to support the Drupal application.
This is not a support channel or a place to post bug reports.
If you think you have found a bug, use the issue queue for the appropriate project.
If you need support, see http://drupal.org/support for options.
Has anyone thought about or done any work on doing an implementation of Drupal in a different language? I'm thinking of something that can use the same MySQL database and probably has the same front-end ui. I have really liked Drupal and I feel its data model with fields and such is great, but I think PHP is really holding it back and making it unnecessarily slow and complicated.Read more
TLDR: How to take the browsers start render time to sub second levels on a mobile connection; 3.5s -> 0.9s
I've started collecting resources on Drupal performance in a "Big / Badass List"-style Github repo:
Mainly it addresses the lack of a performance factoid on the #drupal IRC channel. If anybody has any suggestions for good articles or blogs on Drupal performance, please let me know, or even make a pull request!
Also, I'd love to filter the Drupal Planet feed to posts on the topic of performance - if anybody has ideas on how to do this, please let me know.
While working on a large site a coworker discovered that there was a problem with the Memcache module's cache clearing and time-based expiration & invalidation.
My coworker devised a very simple scenario that tested what the Memcache module was doing:
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I want to fetch Views total number of records in page.tpl.php before views.tpl called. Is it possible to fetch that row total before views rendered? I am also using contextual filter for this view. Views have page type display.
I have also used module https://www.drupal.org/project/views_record_count. but this will print total number of records on Views header or footer. (Not outside of views)
I'm writing a report for a local government client about the suitability of migrating their internal and external sites to Drupal.
They have a very document heavy site with a large number of documents (up to 500,000). The documents are static and won't change so there's no requirement for Document Management functionality. They will require metadata and security as well as the ability to search by metadata.Read more
I have checked Aquia site here(https://www.acquia.com/customer-success/learning-services/acquia-certifi...) and found there are four types of certification.
Acquia Certified Developer Exam
Acquia Certified Developer-Back End Specialist Exam
Acquia Certified Developer-Front End Specialist Exam
Acquia Certified Drupal Site Builder Exam
But which certification Team Leam/Project Manager should do? Why this four certification? Who should do which certification? Can anyone explain. Do I need to all four certification?
After spending quite a while trying to diagnose the origin of some slow SQL queries, I looked around for some solutions to better identify the query and lessen the time spent for the initial investigation.
One of the options I found was sending through a comment with the SQL which included information such as the class or function. I've wrote an article about doing it here (https://jacobbednarz.github.io/posts/tracking-sql-queries/) but I was wondering if you had any feedback on how you go about tracking what methods or url's are sending what SQL queries within Drupal.
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