This all i can provide/allow for the public to see of the current server Statistics:
I am using CentOS Linux Operating system, and it is a managed server wont tell u what panel i am using though..
4 GB High Performance RAM and around 800gb storage
Intel Xeon Dual Core, 2.3GHz (4 threads)
10 TB Bandwidth
now i am still learning about systems admin but i am not sure how i can get the full potential out of my dedicated server i am renting.
is there any other tweaks i can do in the my.cnf file? or php.ini file?
i just want to make my xenforo site to process information quicker, load faster, process templates faster, process overall all information faster and serve them quicker.
this what i have now in my.cnf:
# Disabling symbolic-links is recommended to prevent assorted security risks symbolic-links=0 open_files_limit=3072 query_cache_size=200M max_connections=1000 max_user_connections=300 wait_timeout=60 tmp_table_size=119M max_heap_table_size=119M thread_cache_size=128 key_buffer_size=32M max_allowed_packet=16M table_cache=868 table_definition_cache=3072 #delayed_insert_timeout=20 # Turn on if max_connections being reached due to delayed inserts #delayed_queue_size=300 # Turn on if max_connections being reached due to delayed inserts myisam_sort_buffer_size=2M # can be increased per sessions if needed for alter tables (indexes, repair) #query_cache_limit=2M # leave at default unless there is a good reason #join_buffer=2M # leave at default unless there is a good reason #sort_buffer_size=2M # leave at default unless there is a good reason #read_rnd_buffer_size=256K # leave at default unless there is a good reason #read_buffer_size=2M # leave at default unless there is a good reason collation_server=utf8_unicode_ci character_set_server=utf8 #general_log=1 slow_query_log=1 log-output=TABLE # select * from mysql.general_log order by event_time desc limit 10; long_query_time=5 # select * from mysql.slow_log order by start_time desc limit 10; innodb_file_per_table=1 innodb_flush_method=O_DIRECT innodb_buffer_pool_size=265 # check mysql -e "SHOW GLOBAL STATUS LIKE 'Innodb_buffer_pool%';" - free vs total innodb_additional_mem_pool_size=30M innodb_log_buffer_size=29M innodb_thread_concurrency=4 # Number of physical + virtual CPU's, preset when server is provisioned to have correct # of cores