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On high traffic web servers, its important to ensure that your services are configured to maximize, or limit, the amount of resources that are used. In this post we will talk about Nginx's worker settings, and what they mean.
PHP-FPM has a built in feature to enable a status page to review the health of your process pool. This article will show you how to enable it and use that information for monitoring and demand application scaling.
OPcache improves PHP performance by storing precompiled script bytecode in shared memory, thereby removing the need for PHP to load and parse scripts on each request. This article will discuss what OPcache is and how to configure it on most systems.
Linux uses signals to talk between the kernel and user space. In this article we will scratch the surface on the different types of signals you will find and talk very briefly about each one. This article serves more of an introductory reference.