As planned, Apache is no more. Say hi to Lighty

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Made a few silly mistakes along the way and almost accidentally deleted my folder of pictures even. Things got a little more responsive. I haven’t used any caching solutions for WordPress. Caching is going to be tough work.

I just let PHP CGI spawn happily:

[code lang=“bash”]

PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND

2655 www-data 16 0 99816 31m 3804 S 0 12.4 0:22.67 php-cgi

2651 www-data 16 0 96060 29m 3308 S 0 11.6 0:04.91 php-cgi

2656 www-data 16 0 93976 26m 3968 S 0 10.2 0:24.59 php-cgi

2654 www-data 16 0 94008 26m 3856 S 0 10.2 0:24.88 php-cgi

2653 www-data 16 0 91612 25m 3200 S 0 9.8 0:03.52 php-cgi

2657 www-data 16 0 89840 22m 3784 S 0 8.7 0:24.06 php-cgi

2652 www-data 16 0 89580 22m 3980 S 0 8.6 0:04.27 php-cgi

2650 www-data 16 0 86716 20m 3196 S 0 8.0 0:03.94 php-cgi

2313 mysql 15 0 139m 17m 4368 S 0 6.7 0:19.83 mysqld

2649 www-data 23 0 71676 6232 3708 S 0 2.4 0:00.01 php-cgi

2647 www-data 23 0 71676 6224 3708 S 0 2.4 0:00.02 php-cgi

2672 root 15 0 53468 2696 2136 S 0 1.0 0:00.00 sshd

2645 www-data 15 0 55084 2628 892 S 0 1.0 0:00.22 lighttpd

2433 root 15 0 36676 2124 1676 S 0 0.8 0:00.00 master[/code]

Lighttpd don’t exactly take up a lot of resources too.

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