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Prestashop response time at 1.2 seconds (Google Speed site test)

Droplet created in ubunto 2 gb ram, 40 ssd space, After installing the prestashop clean i was doing 0.5,seconds of loading time, after a couple of weeks working on it, went straight to 1.2 seconds. optimized all the possible things, but servers response time its still slow. Configured mod expires, optimized apache and mysql settings, found fragmented and non indexed tables, , detected out of memory issues, installed swap daemon and tuned system parameters, but still really slow. Any idea ? Ram increase? Thank you.

My site its www.todosduermen.com


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Guy’s I am facing same issue on my blog i.e http://howtobypasssurveys.biz/ about response according to google page speed tool by sites response time is 0.24 sec.

How can i fixed ???

Try to switch on the CCC (COMBINE, COMPRESS AND CACHE). Advanced parameters > Performance. As I know Prestashop needs only 128Mb of RAM (64 MB min). So, I don’t this that RAM, increasing will help you… Try to work with cache… (Varnish, radish). Turn on the Apc, or Memcache. Or you can try (https://www.cloudways.com/en/) It’s a digital ocean droplet management app. They already have configured Prestashop droplet. And the price is like on the DO.