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Due to time difference you may be able to avoid the file conflict you are concerned about. DFS definitely is not made for collaboration in that fashion. However, there are ways you can set the namespace to point users to his/her local site. This way they will always open the file closer to them. Once they close the file DFS will replicate to the other site. ...
Varnish can do wonders for Wordpress. There are some WordPress plugins to help work with Varnish, but I've never used them, so can't speak to them. VCL template assuming no such plugin
you should probably look into implementing some caching mechanism(s): WordPress › W3 Total Cache « WordPress Plugins WordPress › WP Super Cache « WordPress Plugins ... maybe some plugin that you're using doing something that it shouldn't, also look into optimizing mysqld. it's hard to give you right answer w/ amount of details that you provided for us.
Yes, the performance will deteriorate - but we can't tell you how quickly, or what level of deterioration is acceptable - since you are already doing this why don't you measure the impact yourself. Akber is correct in saying that using a cluster would allow you to optimize one system while the other still serves up data - but why not set them up as a ...
I presume you mean re-organization of tables to remove space taken up by deleted rows. The easiest solution is by replication: Replicate the tables or the entire database to another mySQL server or instance (the slave) Create a user with read-only privileges on the slave. Switch your application connection to the slave with the read-only user. Show ...
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