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    Quote Originally Posted by iowadawg View Post
    Visits to a blog do not affect the speed.
    Unless you have bad hosting?

    Plugins can mess up a blog for sure.
    Possible then that a plugin could also slow it down or stop it completely when people search for something or try to navigate the blog.
    hosting should't be much issue too cause i use dedi box and 100mb line (max i go before was 150mb ) i do pay premium on basic setup, cause this cow making good money

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    Add the WP_Super_Cache plugin. It will turn all your pages into static pages so that when someone visits, WordPress doesn't need to run to pull the page up. It allows your server to do less work. Depending on how much traffic you're getting, your dedi might not be able to handle it. Even dedicated servers can be shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetrapak View Post
    That's VIP WP. Totally customized WP + core programmers + WP hosting. Not sure how much it costs, but I also prefer other options than WP on large sites.
    They say (for hosting):
    Pricing is based on a flat rate starting at $2500/month for up to 5 blogs and then $500/month per additional blog (with a one-time setup fee of $1,500 per blog)
    That's muchos money for starting webmasters like me
    |Nico Lawsons

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mafiamaster View Post
    Add the WP_Super_Cache plugin. It will turn all your pages into static pages so that when someone visits, WordPress doesn't need to run to pull the page up. It allows your server to do less work. Depending on how much traffic you're getting, your dedi might not be able to handle it. Even dedicated servers can be shit.

    I check/monitor server resources no issue, pretty normal .... site loading speed is good too, only issue i facing now is i can't or hardly able to edit/post/delete any post ..... back end performance is very bad but front end no issue .....

    now i can't even upload new data to the site now and only 500k post ...

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    found this info google ...

    When running SQL queries in web server, like in PHP, ASP (what ever) server script, process work in web server, not in database server (which is in different server – right). So in WordPress database and web code there is not stored procedures, where all SQL actions should happen. So all “stress” work in web server process, not in DB server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyCooL View Post
    I check/monitor server resources no issue, pretty normal .... site loading speed is good too, only issue i facing now is i can't or hardly able to edit/post/delete any post ..... back end performance is very bad but front end no issue .....

    now i can't even upload new data to the site now and only 500k post ...
    @SonnyCool

    Unfortunately, I come no where near this many posts to help you t/s the problem...maybe one day! I still have to try out your rewrite plugin!!!
    Any luck getting the back end to work better?

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