morpheus90
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wordpress and phpmyadmin slow with Raspbian “wheezy”?

Tue Jan 08, 2013 12:43 pm

Is it normal that wordpress and phpmyadmin stored on the webserver i've created inside my Raspberry Pi with Raspbian “wheezy” are slow a lot, and php pages that i've created are really fast? Are so heavy wordpress and phpmyadmin for the Raspberry Pi?

cszone
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Re: wordpress and phpmyadmin slow with Raspbian “wheezy”?

Mon Feb 04, 2013 4:12 pm

I have same problem , I have installed Debian 6

technion
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Re: wordpress and phpmyadmin slow with Raspbian “wheezy”?

Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:21 pm

morpheus90 wrote:Is it normal that wordpress and phpmyadmin stored on the webserver i've created inside my Raspberry Pi with Raspbian “wheezy” are slow a lot, and php pages that i've created are really fast? Are so heavy wordpress and phpmyadmin for the Raspberry Pi?
The fact that, in a forum covering "networking and servers", this seems to be the only FAQ, suggests it is not only normal, but horribly normal.

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tonyhughes
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Re: wordpress and phpmyadmin slow with Raspbian “wheezy”?

Mon Feb 04, 2013 9:33 pm

Wordpress with SQLite might be somewhat faster.

If you are not hell bent on WP, and would simply like something fast, that the Pi can handle a little better, I discovered RazorCMS through this site, and tested it, its a flat file blogging platform, super easy to install, and runs super fast on the Pi.

Instructions here: http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/viewt ... 06#p277606

Or install Baked Raspberry Pi Mod to do it for you.

I have also run Drupal / MySQL / Apache2 on a Pi, and while it wasn't "fast", it works just fine. I am considering moving http://www.geek101.co.nz to a Pi fulltime if I can get Drupal running a little faster, perhaps with SQLite and Lighttpd.

I am also working on speeding Wordpress up and adding it to Baked Raspberry Pi Mod too.

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