var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
I'd like your advice guys.
Currently the server I'm on is the following:
Intel Xeon Quad Core @ 2.4GHZ
4GB DDR2 RAM
2x 250GB SATAII HDD
100MBPS | SoftLayer Dallas
cPanel | Apache 1.3.39 | PHP5
I currently have two high traffic vBulletin forums (400 guests average on both) running.
About 35% of the RAM is used at once, and the loads are on average 0.70.
I'd like your advice on what I should install/tweak (caching system maybe?) to get them running at optimal speed.
Definately install one of the php caching software. It WILL improve the speed since you are running dynamic sites (forums).
Can you please recommend one to me?
Note: Running CentOS 4.x
Eaccelerator would be my suggestion. You can do an apache update in whm and add it as an opption
If you are willing to pay extra, replace apache with LiteSpeed webserver, it's much more efficient.
Yes, and it's worth the extra money if you want the best performance possible for your two websites.