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  • Hi,

    I installed wordpress multisite on linux server I created 3000 sub blogs and looking to grow over time. I have few plugins including wp super cache. wp minify and few others. The blogs are fine from public side but in the dashboard its too slow to navigate around. I also installed Hyper-db and inserted database details. i also increased the memory but its still too slow. can some body help me please, what am doing wrong? Thanks

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  • How much memory do you have?

    My server has

    Guaranteed RAM 2048 MB

    Dynamic RAM 8192 MB

    Hard-disk space 80 GB


    I am using plugin to increase memory it seems to increases memomy per blog because each blog shows different. should i increase for all blogs and how much. I tried to increase different sizes but its still slow.

    You have enough memory (I don’t even have a gig and it’s fine). Do you know how much memory is allocated to PHP? It should be at least 40?

    I allocated 1024m limit for php
    and disables all the plugin and still slow.

    the following are the info contained in phpinfo.php page

    memory_limit 1024M (local value column)

    128M (master value column)

    also I installed memory viewer plugin and its showing 1024m memory limit in wordpres dashboard.

    Okay does that plugin tell you how much memory your admin dash is using?

    Mem: WP 64M Usage 20% 104.76M Limit 512M *

    Server: OS Linux Software Apache Version 64Bit
    Name Address ipaddress…. Port 80
    Type Linux ……… #1 SMP Wed Mar 7 15:20:22 MSK 2012 x86_64
    System: PHP 5.3.3 Active Plugins 0 Zend 2.3.0
    Database: SQL 5.0.95 Build 5.0.95 Charset utf8
    Name wordpress_database Host localhost
    WordPress: VER 3.4.2 Language en_US Locale
    Max: Post 8M Upload 10M Input 60s Exec 60s
    Debug: State 0 Display 1 Log 0 Script 0 Deprecated 8192

    SQL Uptime: 0 days, 0 hours, 1 minutes, 6 seconds

    Default Theme twentyeleven (since wp-3.0)
    Allow DB Repair 0 (since wp-2.9)
    Auto-Save 0 Interval 60 seconds (since wp-2.5)
    WP (Hyper – Super – W3 Total) Cache 0 (since wp-2.6)
    Magpie RSS Cache 0 Age 0 seconds (since wp-1.5)
    Post Revisions 0 (since wp-2.6)
    Trash 0 Empty 0 days (since wp-2.9)

    Network WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE (since wp-3.0) Multi-site 1 (since wp-3.0.1)
    Sunrise SUNRISE

    Legend 0=disabled 1=enabled * PHP or WP

    and wp overview plugin is giving this detail:

    I changed the memory limit from 1024m to 512m

    PHP Version : 5.3.3 / 64Bit OS
    Memory limit : 512 MByte
    Memory usage : 104.76 MByte

    Honestly I don’t know. I’d think it would have to do with your server, but I could be wrong.

    Maybe your database isn’t upgraded. Try http://site.url/wp-admin/upgrade.php.

    database is up to date I already upgraded

    Sometimes i’ve been having trouble with the sub blogs dbs not being upgraded. Just to be sure, try /wp-admin/upgrade.php on one of your sub blogs.

    Actually just hitting /wp-admin on the sub-blog will do that.

    I updated the database I tried both techniques with url and from the dashboard update tool it says database is upto date… recently server was optimized and configured and dashboard went a bit faster and better than before but its still headech when navigating around… what else can it be? I really appriciate it Thanks.

    I just got the server recently and the multisite was the first thing i installed

    Can you suggest me any tips for the server Thanks

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