Apache Server on FreeBSD

saeedpersa

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Dear Professionals
Last week i had some ADS over some High Traffic Websites my Site had 7600 Visitors in 5 Hours. After a While my Server Goes Down and it didn't work even my SSH Service was crashed.

With VNC I Restarted my Apache Server it Came up and my SSH started suddenly.

Here is my Server:
IBM x3650 M5
64 GB RAM

Bhyve:
FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE
4GB RAM
Apache24
php7
MySQL
WordPress

Is there any Tuning for Apache Server for High Traffic Web Servers?
Does Really FreeBSD or FAMP is suitable for Web Server?
 

SirDice

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Instead of disabling InnoDB or the Performance schema (both are quite useful), consider tuning MySQL properly by adjusting the various caches and buffers. Setting these either too small or too large will be very detrimental to its performance. Both databases/mysqltuner and databases/tuning-primer can be helpful in determining what to adjust. Although the latter script has problems with newer MySQL (or MariaDB) versions.

Keep in mind the default settings of MySQL/MariaDB are just that, default settings. One size definitely doesn't fit all and you will need to adjust these for your specific situation/load.
 
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