Support » Plugin: Top 10 - Popular posts plugin for WordPress » Reloading the data from our server

  • I’ve been using a couple of months ago but as of today I got to uninstall the fact that recharges much the server to point out at constant falls, the strange thing about it is that says to work very well with the cache and others but apparently it is not so. Excellent work by the creator but does not meet the needs of a high traffic website and great content.

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  • Plugin Author WebberZone

    (@webberzone)

    Hi,

    Could you please clarify a bit further as to what exactly you mean by “reloading the data”?

    Top 10 is definitely heavier and I’m constantly working on improving this constantly.

    I would not know exactly what weight, but what I can say is that I cause the plugin fallen on my server which is a VPS: CPU Cores: 3 2GB RAM SAS RAID-10 Storage 80 GB Monthly Bandwidth 2000 GB, those are the details and this is my website http://www.paraguayhits.com / Now I went back to see how I can install to correct the load and start minimizing consumption plugin, thanks for the quick response.

    Plugin Author WebberZone

    (@webberzone)

    I think the 2GB RAM might not be sufficient if you have a very high traffic site to run Top 10.

    I was curious as to understand if you noticed a bigger problem with all posts when the plugin was activated or only posts which had the widget running.

    There are two main parts of the plugin:
    a) Tracker that applies to every single post
    b) Widget that displays the top posts

    If you disable the widget, i.e. not add it to your sidebar etc, then you would be able to figure out if its the tracker causing the load.

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