Varnish Cache and Page Load Time
sfoutrel at bcstechno.com
Fri Apr 24 17:11:57 CEST 2009
As you might know, Varnish needs some tuning to cache efficiently your website.
In your case, do your cache lasts long enough to stay between 2 visits from you ?
Did you made some tuning to exclude some pages, cookies from cache ?
Not so efficient isn't it ?
De : varnish-misc-bounces at projects.linpro.no [mailto:varnish-misc-bounces at projects.linpro.no] De la part de Brian Pan
Envoyé : vendredi 24 avril 2009 16:21
À : varnish-misc at projects.linpro.no
Objet : Varnish Cache and Page Load Time
I have a two websites on a server running behind varnish. One of the websites is a Wordpress blog (with php, mysql etc..). The other is a simple html (without php or mysql) website. Using Firefox's Yslow add-in to check page load times, I have found that the simple html page is served in 0.5 seconds, whereas it takes 1.4-1.7 seconds to load the Wordpress site. \
With the varnish cache working, shouldn't the time to load both sites be approximately the same? Or am I missing something? Any thoughts or ideas about how I could decrease the page load time of the Wordpress site?
Thanks for your help,
brian.pan at light-mc.com
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