This article is about a couple of small tips to check your dns health using public tools. These are pretty easy tools and helps you to understand whether is it your DNS or your ISP having issues or something else.
A very well known word in linux server is “nice” value. I have seen many people discussing about the effectiveness of Apache/Mysql tweaking, but eventually, if the throughput of your linux system isn’t good enough, apahce/mysql tweaking can fail. In this article, I am going to try explaining how “Nice” value of linux system can impact the performance of linux shared servers.
Digitalpoint is one of the first place where Mellowhost had started marketing. Most of our old customers are from Digitalpoint. We are still getting lots of users from Digitalpoint regularly visiting our site or purchasing hosting. I got around 90 positive iTrader in digitalpoint. Digitalpoint has gone under couple of re-organizing in last year. One of the key reason we fall back from digitalpoint is their re-organization didn’t work out. Currently our primary target is webhostingtalk and seeing pretty decent traffic everyday. I am planning to jump over couple of more forums beside WHT and digitalpoint has come in my mind again. Lets see how it works this time. I have always missed Digitalpoint for last 1 year after their re-organization, hope this is going to be pleasing back again.
And good luck to me for having those valuable 700 posts in DP after 3 years 😮
Recently, I have written an article about reducing the cpu usage for a wordpress blog. My post contains some information about the wp-cron.php, but it doesn’t explain how you can stop wp-cron.php from taking high CPU. Couple of our twitter followers and facebook clients were asking for a post describing how they can stop wp-cron.php from taking high CPU or firing up. Here are some small tricks to reduce the CPU usage from wp-cron.php.