vlvadvogadosParticipantJuly 5, 2018 at 12:37 pmPost count: 6
We have a great website, we currently have over twenty thousand pages … We use the Avada theme, but it is a topic that ends up sucking many resources of our server, for example, today we have 4GB of memory and we can not edit pages because the server can not process everything from the site. So it ends up not generating processes for page editing. We would like to know if we can reduce this consumption in any way, or if the best alternative would be to migrate the topic. If changing themes is the best option, what better theme for big projects like ours?Michael CKeymasterJuly 5, 2018 at 12:41 pmPost count: 540
This is something you would really need to contact your host about first to get some more information. In particular to find out what resources you are running out of and why. Then some recommendations on how to improve that could be provided. There could be many things happening.
For example, if it is a storage problem due to the dynamic CSS then this will be greatly improved in 5.6. In 5.5.2 if you have file mode set for the dynamic CSS compiler than will mean a separate CSS file for every page (in your case 20k+). In 5.6 that has been changed so the CSS files that are stored are only stored separately if the styling is actually different. in the vast majority of cases they will be the same. So instead of 20k+ there is likely to be only a 20 or so, depending on usage of PO.vlvadvogadosParticipantJuly 5, 2018 at 12:59 pmPost count: 6
What we are having more problem is because of memory that can not execute all processes. This consumption, which is usually linked to the number of hits, we are only spending to be able to process each page. Yes, what we can see is that dynamic CSS is increasing memory consumption. Even our database is huge, today it has more than 2gb of the database file.
Do you know what we could do to get an optimization of these resources? Because our project has not even been finalized, we still need to create a few thousand more pages and we’re already having trouble with that.
Would it be better to open a ticket?Michael CKeymasterJuly 5, 2018 at 1:03 pmPost count: 540
If you have active support then yes opening a ticket is best. However, you will still need more specific information from your host about consumption and what are the major problem points. Having so many posts is always going to lead to a large database and then slower interaction. Without more information it is impossible to say possible ways to reduce that. If you have dynamic CSS set to database, that will increase the database substantially.vlvadvogadosParticipantJuly 5, 2018 at 1:33 pmPost count: 6
To take a look here at the data with the host of my website, what it informs that is consuming memory is the parameter of php limit. Our site is only working with 4gb. As our server has 4GB of memory, it does not meet the needs of the site.
Our concern is that it continues to be exponential growth until there is a time when there will not be enough memory in any way based on the size of the site.
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