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sadlove
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hello every one

i’m using cscart and planning to move to magento

i have some problem like slow frontend and biger database that’s grow up very quickly !!!

my question to magento users are you facing the same problem so i stay in scscart ?

or not so i move foreword to magento

b.r.

 
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sadlove
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sorry guys any advice appreciated

thanks all

 
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graceywilliams
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Yes I am facing the same problem and not able to get the solution of it. But I feel I should go in FAQs and find the solution.

http://www.imageskincare.com/collections/ageless

 
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Nickyfashion
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Most of it depends on your hosting environment and how it’s being set up - a finely tuned my.cnf and engaging in memcached, apc or a varnish solution definitely work well within Magento and will significantly help to speed thing’s up.

Nicky

 
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