Monthly Archives: November 2013

WordPress performance tuning

While migrating from one server to a Amazon AWS i noticed a huge decrease in performance on the AWS instance. While the Wordpress blog took a second or so to load on the old server (dedicated server) the processing time went up to about 5-10 seconds for one page load. At first you might immediately think of the server as the bottle neck. But a slow server will just bring the problem to light. Continue reading

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Network Interface order with Proxmox

When you create a Proxmox virtual machine (KVM), the network interfaces may not always be in the order you want them to be. The order of the network interfaces is not only defined by an order in Proxmox. It is … Continue reading

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