This is the continuation post of my previous post “Advanced Database classes for WordPress“. Please read that post before continue unless you are not familiar with advanced database classes for WP. Well, it’s time to see some configurations and ideas about how Hyper-DB or relevant DB classes might help you to scale. Advertisements
Let’s talk about WordPress’ advanced database classes. I’m explicitly mentioning HyperDB, but there are other alternatives/forks out there;
Originally posted on gabi.dev:
A few weeks ago my friend Frank de Jonge told me he managed to improve an import into a MySQL server down from more than 10 hours to 16 minutes. According to him it had to do with several field types (too long fields to really small data), the amount…
Logs are the answer that when something goes wrong. When you work on an enterprise scale, you need a centralized logging mechanism. (You can’t jump one server to other and tail that streams)
The software to create the black hole in the movie 'Interstellar' is a full implementation of Einstein's equations in 40,000 lines of C++, and rendered thousands of 23-megapixel IMAX frames on a 32,000-core render farm at about 20 core-hours per frame https://t.co/6bt87bIR9l pic.twitter.com/5olOtddvkJ — John Arundel (@bitfield) July 21, 2018 https://arxiv.org/pdf/1502.03808.pdf
I just replaced my two and a half-year-old iPhone (6s) battery today. The fun fact that, Apple Services are refused to make replacement because I bought my phone from the USA.
I don’t always loop the songs but when I do… Oh my! I should update my avatar on last.fm
I was listening too much The Cranberries in the age of mp3 players. I can’t remember how many mp3 players I used to but there always a few songs from The Cranberries. Thank you for your beautiful songs. RIP Dolores 😥
We are using old WP-REST-API aka (JSON-REST-API) for years and time to move on WordPress’ core REST API.
I’m very excited today, because of Powered Cache launched 🙂 – https://poweredcache.com/blog/news/2017/04/10/hello-world/