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--- >>> You have to first evaluate how many visitors you have per hour on your website.


--- >>> It is always recommended that you have a VPS server or much better Dedicated Server ...


--- >>> Your Server or your hosting company, must be preferably in your country, or as close to your customers ...
Apparently you are from some countries in Lebanon and I think your server is in the USA ...


--- >>> You commented that you used modules for speed, personally I would recommend that you do not try to use speed modules, if you do not use it yourself on the server side, for example the * .webp images you can use cwebp Of course it is programs by the server side.
there is also php module. php-opcache that is a very powerful accelerator ...

What is marked at 10% (performance) is by your Server ...
Also check those errors of the images that have an error, if you have them but for some reason you mark them as that they cannot be downloaded ... you may be trying to use some type of badly configured CDN.

Cheer up, Your website is elegant but if you verify the Server ...

I'm here to help you, I love the Servers Theme

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7 hours ago, Gerardo Martinez G said:

--- >>> You have to first evaluate how many visitors you have per hour on your website.


--- >>> It is always recommended that you have a VPS server or much better Dedicated Server ...


--- >>> Your Server or your hosting company, must be preferably in your country, or as close to your customers ...
Apparently you are from some countries in Lebanon and I think your server is in the USA ...


--- >>> You commented that you used modules for speed, personally I would recommend that you do not try to use speed modules, if you do not use it yourself on the server side, for example the * .webp images you can use cwebp Of course it is programs by the server side.
there is also php module. php-opcache that is a very powerful accelerator ...

What is marked at 10% (performance) is by your Server ...
Also check those errors of the images that have an error, if you have them but for some reason you mark them as that they cannot be downloaded ... you may be trying to use some type of badly configured CDN.

Cheer up, Your website is elegant but if you verify the Server ...

I'm here to help you, I love the Servers Theme

errors.jpg

I'm interested to the  Servers Theme。。。 Is it part of Chromo browser...

 

Thx..

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All what you can do is already answered by Gerardo Martinez G.

My additional five cents to this:

1) tawk.to is slowing your site, besides it produces cross-scripting - Cross-scripting is understood by most firewalls as bad behavior with blocking response. Disable the code. Use another chat software.

2) What I can see, is that your server is blocking first call of your site 440 ms. Another problem is that your server is forcing a hold on of 6770 ms, and I cannot see the reason for that. For shared servers it will explain, this hold when no load balancers are in use, but it also can come from the chat service you are using. Ask your provider if there is any chance to have a faster hosting package (VPS, dedicated server or nginx).

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3) The image errors Gerardo Martinez is referencing  (Error_connection_closed) are not server errors, but local accessing problems, for ex. with internet (TCP/IP-connection), local firewall, DNS-Cache our outdated Browser. When I check your site I cannot confirm these errors. The only both errors are related to the tawk.to chat service.

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13 hours ago, Gerardo Martinez G said:

--- >>> You have to first evaluate how many visitors you have per hour on your website.


--- >>> It is always recommended that you have a VPS server or much better Dedicated Server ...


--- >>> Your Server or your hosting company, must be preferably in your country, or as close to your customers ...
Apparently you are from some countries in Lebanon and I think your server is in the USA ...


--- >>> You commented that you used modules for speed, personally I would recommend that you do not try to use speed modules, if you do not use it yourself on the server side, for example the * .webp images you can use cwebp Of course it is programs by the server side.
there is also php module. php-opcache that is a very powerful accelerator ...

What is marked at 10% (performance) is by your Server ...
Also check those errors of the images that have an error, if you have them but for some reason you mark them as that they cannot be downloaded ... you may be trying to use some type of badly configured CDN.

Cheer up, Your website is elegant but if you verify the Server ...

I'm here to help you, I love the Servers Theme

errors.jpg

im having website speed issues it needs like 10 sec to load what should i do with that

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I would like to start a tutorial on how to set up a true VPS server or dedicated Server ... specifically for PrestaShop
Comment and we will do it day by day ...

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3 minutes ago, Gerardo Martinez G said:

I would like to start a tutorial on how to set up a true VPS server or dedicated Server ... specifically for PrestaShop
Comment and we will do it day by day ...

like what should i do?

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56 minutes ago, kingaliyt said:

im having website speed issues it needs like 10 sec to load what should i do with that

Read what I wrote: 1) Disable tawk.to, 2) host your site on a non shared server, like VPS or dedicated server using opcache and nginx. Some server settings/ configurations you can read on the post I added before this (tutorials).

Unfortunately you are not mentioning which Prestashop version you are using and which is your server configuration (php-version, sql version, operating system - fast-cgi, opcache, etc.)

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Just now, selectshop.at said:

Read what I wrote: 1) Disable tawk.to, 2) host your site on a non shared server, like VPS or dedicated server using opcache and nginx. Some server settings configurations you can read on the post I added before this (tutorials).

Unfortunately you are not mentioning which Prestashop version you are using and which is your server configuration (php-version, sql version, operating system - fast-cgi, opcache, etc.)

i disabled tawk and what host do you use so i can use

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3 minutes ago, selectshop.at said:

Read what I wrote: 1) Disable tawk.to, 2) host your site on a non shared server, like VPS or dedicated server using opcache and nginx. Some server settings configurations you can read on the post I added before this (tutorials).

Unfortunately you are not mentioning which Prestashop version you are using and which is your server configuration (php-version, sql version, operating system - fast-cgi, opcache, etc.)

Hosting PackageBusiness

Server Namegator3058

cPanel Version78.0 (build 44)

Apache Version2.4.39

PHP Version5.4.45

MySQL Version5.6.41-84.1

Architecturex86_64

Operating Systemlinux

Path to Sendmail/usr/sbin/sendmail

Path to Perl/usr/bin/perl

Perl Version5.10.1

Kernel Version3.10.0-693.17.1.2.ELK.el6.x86_64

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3 minutes ago, kingaliyt said:

i disabled tawk and what host do you use so i can use

I'm using VPS at OVH and a dedicated server also at OVH. You should search for good hosting company nearby you, this means in your country or neighbor country. By hosting far away you lose speed as well.

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4 minutes ago, kingaliyt said:

Hosting PackageBusiness

Server Namegator3058

cPanel Version78.0 (build 44)

Apache Version2.4.39

PHP Version5.4.45

MySQL Version5.6.41-84.1

Architecturex86_64

Operating Systemlinux

Path to Sendmail/usr/sbin/sendmail

Path to Perl/usr/bin/perl

Perl Version5.10.1

Kernel Version3.10.0-693.17.1.2.ELK.el6.x86_64

I see. Probably you are using PS 1.6 or 1.5 ?

You are on old technique. Depending on PS version in use you should upgrade php to latest 5.x versions (although they are not supported anymore, all 5.x series of php are end of life). MySQL should be updated as well. If you want to stay with this server, then ask your provider to install and configure opcache and fast-cgi, for to get more speed. If you change your hosting provider you will need to upgrade Prestashop as well. Furthermore your theme will not work anymore, also not bought modules.

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google lightspeed results are poor, you can tune mobile and spend 1000's or you can invest in an amp solution.  Note think of amp solutions like a new template that usually requires customization.   

you should consider an AMP solution.  

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as for general performance the biggest improvement is nvme channel to ssd,

tune mysql 

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cheap performance tip, use cloudflare for dns to significantly reduce lookup.

 

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Hello,

interesting post i also have performance issues on dedicated server the site is betafer.it

AMD 7401P 24 Core with 128GB RAM with nvme disks raid (and 10Gbit/s ntework card)

I use prestashop 1.7.6.3 on Debian 9 vith PHP 7.2

Tried 3 modules for speed up prestashop but only one make same small improves

I tried various apache nginx php settings etc. I don't know where to look, it seems impossible to me to go so slowly.
Do you have any other ideas?

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