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magesolutions
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Hi guys,

I got some years experience with magento and handle almost of my customers magento sites with Siteground hosting, you can take a look my detail why I choose it on this URL http://magentohostsolution.com .

They are all seem to work very well at least until now.  But I want to set up a good server for all of them in my server and take care everything. I want to configure APC for all of them but it ‘s seem apc is “public” that ‘s mean the cache of this site can be access by the other one. Can I separate one account to access APC for one hosting account somehow?

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Any idea to help me guys?

 
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Well I wouldn’t recommend Siteground to any of my clients (in fact I wouldn’t recommend anyone in that list), it looks like you plan on getting off of Siteground and put everything on a dedicated server (which is good).

I would suggest for each client you isolate each site/client so they do not have access to each others data. So essentially you need to setup multiple VPS. Once you setup VPS, you should be able to install APC on each VPS just fine without issues.

However, I would recommend setting up a Dedicated Server with a actual Magento host like Nexcess or Sonassi since just hosting Magento sites can be a full time job, and you would end up saving money (and headaches) just by using a server that is pre-setup to Magento standards. I’ve worked on Magento since early 2009 and to this day, I just worry about coding in Magento and not server setup (it would be a waste of billable time).

You should post this on the Magento Stackoverflow site as this is more of a technical question then a “Can Magento Do...” question.

 
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Thanks kab8609,

It seem it is big work to move from my current hosting to new server :(.

 
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Yes, I am out of idea how to configure a server, choose a good hosting provider seem like a best choice for me. Thanks

 
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Hi magesolutions,

Hosting Magento can be hard to get right, it notoriously takes a lot of the server load to get a minimal performance, with past Magento sites we have experience success with a similar config to below.

- VPS for each site (rare cases you can split the db up also)
- Caching load balancer
- CDN (like cachefly, used for site assets)

There are plenty of online guides on this type of setup, also if speed is your major problem check out yslow on your site once setup on the server it will help configure your site to perform better.

Hope this advice helps!

 
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Thanks bubbaboosh, I will try to learn more about server configuration for magento, it should make my current magento sites speed up a lot. But with CDN, I still can use Siteground hosting , it support cloudflare with CDN feature include already

 
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Thanks, it seem it work very well for my another magento shop.

 
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Not sure why but sometimes I see it slow, maybe my network connection problem

 
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Yea, if you don’t want to take care everything about server performance then the options of magesolutions will work very well for you.

 
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magesolutions - 09 March 2013 08:22 PM

Not sure why but sometimes I see it slow, maybe my network connection problem

I think it ‘s the down time of hosting provider and sometimes they have problem with one of their server.

 
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magesolutions - 07 March 2013 07:28 AM

Thanks bubbaboosh, I will try to learn more about server configuration for magento, it should make my current magento sites speed up a lot. But with CDN, I still can use Siteground hosting , it support cloudflare with CDN feature include already

Not cover 100% static traffic as pure CDN but it handle more than 60% with a lot of more feature, your suggest is perfect. Thanks

 
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Does it cost us extra fee for CDN services?

 
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magesolutions - 07 March 2013 07:28 AM

Thanks bubbaboosh, I will try to learn more about server configuration for magento, it should make my current magento sites speed up a lot. But with CDN, I still can use Siteground hosting , it support cloudflare with CDN feature include already

I am very new with CDN, do you have aritcle for this instruction. Or do you know any provider about this in Canada? Thanks

 
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shunlee - 14 March 2013 09:18 PM

magesolutions - 07 March 2013 07:28 AM
Thanks bubbaboosh, I will try to learn more about server configuration for magento, it should make my current magento sites speed up a lot. But with CDN, I still can use Siteground hosting , it support cloudflare with CDN feature include already

I am very new with CDN, do you have aritcle for this instruction. Or do you know any provider about this in Canada? Thanks

I go with suggestion of magesolutions and it have supercacher in hosting control panel. Near that you will have Cloudflare, it ‘s quite simple to add cloudflare support, just turn it on and it work very fast.

 
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Yes, it ‘s free I got it work for my site, it save me ~75% static files, it look very impression smile

 
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