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Eveything done but still site is slow, can anyone tell me what next? 
 
sumon1
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Server config

Dual E5620 Quad Core
32GB ram
Raid 10

Version Magento 1.7 with few extensions

Done so far
1. Edited my.cnf as required
2. MySQL Query Cache is enabled and optimized for Magento
3. PHP Realpath cache increased
4. PHP-FPM
5. KeepAlives are enabled
6. Gzip enabled
7. APC installed and used by magento
8. Set cache to RAM
9.Varnish page cache

Site url http://tinyurl.com/csbwoxz

Anyone can help to make the site faster? or what can I do next? one page to another page takes time.

 
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hankzh
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Your website’s first request is very slow.
catalog page is more than 6 seconds.
product page is more than 1.5 seconds.
I think this is the major speed issue currently for your site. There are some other small speed issues such as pics and 404, but those are not important.
Could you confirm your varnish server is running and config well? and which varnish module and version you used? I didn’t saw it existed from firebugs.
If you use varnish page cache well, the first request load time should be under 200ms.

 
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campsaver
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check the top processes on the server. What does the RES memory say? Each php-fpm process should only take 30-100MB each. If these php-fpm processes RES values grow over time and are larger than this you may have a configuration issue.

 
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MagenX
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Done so far
1. Edited my.cnf as required
ok, i believe, id love to see mytop anyway.

2. MySQL Query Cache is enabled and optimized for Magento
right.

3. PHP Realpath cache increased
useless

4. PHP-FPM
and?

5. KeepAlives are enabled
no it’s not.

6. Gzip enabled
ok

7. APC installed and used by magento
APC is not always a good choice ...

8. Set cache to RAM
reading the previous paragraph, isnt it already there?

9.Varnish page cache
It seems set up incorrectly.

i bet you messed up everything.

i can help you.

 
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Jarminade
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Wow, that\’s a very beefy server setup.  We\’re seeing sub-second (around 0.05 seconds) response times on a machine with 1/4 of the resources of your setup and no caching involved (although we do use Nginx for serving images).  wink

 
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