I'm using magento on VPS server 4GB RAM. but my site speed is much much slow.. It takes almost 2 minutes to load

can you plz advice my website URL is https://muzikhausberlin.de/

i'm using putty shell it also take much time


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Here Some Links For Speed up or the Performance Optimization :-

Speed up Magento 2 in 7 easy steps

Magento 2 Performance Optimization

Speed up Magento - The Ultimate Guide (Updated 2019)

  • how i can check if problem by host? Jul 7, 2019 at 22:30

Your going to need more resource.

Will depend on max concurrent connections but you should be looking at around 10 GB RAM for 5-10 concurrent connections with background processes.

Magento 2 is resource intensive.

memory_limit should be 756 MB


  • how i can check if problem by host? Jul 7, 2019 at 22:30
  1. Switch your website to production mode
  2. Minify your HTML, CSS and js files.
  3. Merge your CSS and JS files.
  4. Optmize your images.
  5. Enable Gzip Compression.
  6. Ensure if Magento Full Page Cache is enabled. Can install and configure varnish to speed up the site

You can too use profiler to check files consuming more time. Check and ensure to load them in lesser time.

php bin/magento dev:profiler:enable html

php bin/magento dev:profiler:enable csvfile
  • how i can check if problem by host? Jul 7, 2019 at 22:30
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    Since VPS has 4GB of RAM it can not be as slow as we are experiencing now. See if the cache is enabled in your site. Jul 8, 2019 at 9:55

According to GTmetrix - https://gtmetrix.com/reports/muzikhausberlin.de/KoDmqGWz, your website needs serious performance optimization. You need to:

  • optimize plugins and themes using GZIP compression;
  • don't forget about caching, it improves performance by retaining frequently used information so when the visitor comes back, their browser doesn’t have to reload the entire page every time;
  • delete identical content to reduce number of requests;
  • optimize images: you can use extensions ( Apptrian or Potatocommerce); command-line tools (Gifsicle, Jpegtran, or OptiPNG);
  • minify JavaScript files to speed up the page load;
  • review code to find buggy one. Most often this issue arises after the integration of poor quality third-party extensions or custom features added by inexperienced Magento developers. If you have questions, feel free to ask.

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