Posts Tagged 'MySQL'

Improving Website Responsiveness via Efficient Action Plan

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Recently, a client encountered an issue regarding the responsiveness of his website. He was of the view that his website initially worked very smoothly but then all of a sudden failed to do so.
After initial assessment 24/7 Network Engineers came to know that his website was getting 25,000 unique visitors per day. It was a huge number considering that he was hosting it off a very small VPS. Also, the loading speed of website was slow.
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Replacing MySQL with MariaDB

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In reality, sysadmins and developers prefer MariaDB because its community is derived from the same MySQL code and has additional features than MySQL. MySQL is more popular than MariaDB, which is lesser known but is considered a better alternative.
MariaDB supports more storage engines, cutting edge features, and better clustering support including active-active master clustering and is compatible with MySQL. It also has better performance and is powerful in large clusters or where master-master replication is required.
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