baccha samja hai kya?
Proper caching = a good implementation of Cloudflare.
What was the TTFB? Maybe you’re expecting too much from cheapest plan.
I got good results from Cloudways + AWS + Sucuri and Gulshan’s optimization
ha bhai, 2.5ms TTFB on free AWS
Pingdom test dear?
pingdom or ye https://www.dotcom-tools.com/website-speed-test.aspx
In server configuration file we need have to set this
listen 443 ssl default_server;
listen [::]:443 ssl default_server;
By defualt there is comment like this
#listen 443 ssl default_server;
** #listen [::]:443 ssl default_server;**
and I just removed it and my site is live…
For me on Pingdom/via NYC location - it was always below 100ms. But it wasn’t a free plan dear. A expensive plan has better specs as you know plus I was using Sucuri caching system which is pretty fast from the US location.
Gulshan recently did a benchmark.
Cloudways does nothing special. They have a good looking simple easy to use interface and it’s raw DO/Vultr/AWS/GCE with a Breeze caching plugin.
Yes, it’s amazing fast.
Web stack also.
HTTP/2, Memcached, Apache+NGINX, PHP 7.2, Varnish
Great to hear you didn’t used the scammed name easy engine.
I pity the noobs who uses such services and risk their work.
Upgrade server and use BunnyCDN (cheapest).
- What was server location of testing and your Droplet?
- Was Varnish enabled?
- Can you show me test report?
- Was response uncached? Was it showing something like cache status: MISS? Instead HIT??
TLDR : It depends.
both New York
Only homepage is working other pages show 500 internal server error.
Plz check jankaribook.com
Update - home page isn’t working either