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You might know what a core is from shopping for desktops and laptops. It's the CPU, the processor, the bit that does the work. Here's a wikipedia link that might help. I plugged your site into this tool and most of the complaints were CSS and javascript that had to fully download before your site could fully render. Of course, I imagine we're viewing the ...


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1.Will CentOS / PHP / MySQL utilize both processors or is this kind of setup designed for VPS type systems? So long as they're modern or even relatively-modern versions they'll use many, many threads/cores - some systems start hitting diminishing-returns at around 160-240 threads but I'm assuming you'll be nothing close to that many. 2.If the system ...


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You can use one of those three commands. Read the man or info pages for more information. uptime - Tell how long the system has been running. w - Show who is logged on and what they are doing. top - display Linux processes All three commands show you the load average information. top is probably the best choice as it displays information ...


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To me it looks like that the plugin does simply so heavy processing for every request that the requests take such a long time. You should ask the plugin provider if they can explain the slowdown in any way.


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I'm afraid your experience is clearly insufficient to deal with such issues. You probably should hire someone to either supervise the server for you, or at least get it straight now (and get rid of cPanel). He might even tell you it is not a server issue, but rather WordPress thing. You should start with looking at the load itself (CPU, memory, I/O, etc., ...


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I have never experienced issue such as long load times like that, however one thing I have noticed that tend to speed up my Wordpress load times is to use WP Super Cache. It caches the pages as plain HTML pages for most users, that way your server doesn't need to recompile the page every time. As others have said, it could be poor server performance on ...


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If the data, that the application processes can be divided into smaller packs, you can run multiple copies of the application, each processing part of the data and then try to put together the result (i.e. with a script).


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What you describe is not possible. Buy a computer with the fastest CPU you can find (number of cores/threads is unimportant).


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I have made a chart for each NUMA node affinity. Hope someone could benefit from it.



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