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I have applied many many ways but some minor increased speed.

Thanks in advance.

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I got another solution,

If your site on production environment then and you can use "CDN Server" and setup it with your URL with CDN URL Then you will get definitely improve your site speed.

More info "CDN server".

I hope my answer will help you.

Thanks,

  • there is 100% impossible to make first load faster. you can use whatever technology you can - there are none to help you. only when you get remote cached and local browser cached - then page will load fast. you still need sometime to load content from CDN end point. – MagenX May 11 at 12:04
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I have an index load time of around 2.5 seconds while running in DEVELOPER mode;

Assuming a CPANEL/APACHE server

1) Setup VARNISH Cache

2) Setup MEMCACHED

3) Setup ENGINTRON

4) I dont do this, but Cloud fronting speeds it up

5) Setup APACHE and PHP speed boosters. Here is my EasyApache 4 config for APACHE and PHP;

Apache 2.4 config

config-runtime mod_allowmethods mod_asis mod_authn_dbd mod_authn_dbm mod_authn_socache mod_bwlimited mod_cache mod_cache_disk mod_cache_socache mod_cgid mod_dbd mod_env mod_expires mod_file_cache mod_mpm_worker mod_proxy mod_proxy_fcgi mod_proxy_http mod_proxy_wstunnel mod_socache_memcache mod_ssl mod_version tools

PHP 7.2

libc-client pear php-bcmath php-cli php-common php-curl php-devel php-fileinfo php-fpm php-ftp php-gd php-iconv php-imap php-intl php-litespeed php-mbstring php-mysqlnd php-opcache php-pdo php-posix php-soap php-xml php-xmlrpc php-zip runtime

  • Thank you for your reply. Do you have any other solution? – Pratik Mehta May 11 at 9:59
  • I have already applied the same configuration settings, but still, the same issue was there. But now I got a solution for it. My pro server link set on CDN server using this solution I got increased my web page speed. – Pratik Mehta May 11 at 9:59
  • CDN is point 4 above and is part of the solution. You also did well to set all of the above up so quickly. Took me a week to configure, tweak the settings and test everything. Glad that you have it sorted out – Anthony May 13 at 0:04
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The best and easy way to speed up the magneto website is page cache. But beside page cache, you can do the following to improve server response.

  1. Inspect every installed 3rd-party extension, and disable useless extensions on your website
  2. Choose the fastest hosting you can afford
  3. Turn Production Mode On
  4. Never Use JS Bundling enter image description here
  5. Enable CSS/JS Minification enter image description here
  6. Last and most importantly, enable profiler and check all the files (.phtml) and events, check which are taking more time to execute. And remember even 0.5 sec for a file or event is also huge time for a single file/event.
  • I have already applied the same configuration settings, but still, the same issue was there. But now I got a solution for it. My pro server link set on CDN server using this solution I got increased my web page speed. – Pratik Mehta May 11 at 9:58
  • I need another solution. – Pratik Mehta May 11 at 10:01

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