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What other strategies are there for seeing CPU bottlenecks in a large PHP application?

How can I track down the cause of periodic spikes in CPU usage caused by a plugin-bloated WordPress install on a LAMP server? [more inside]
posted by cowbellemoo on Dec 5, 2011 - 5 answers

WordPress and Apache kung-fu

WordPressFilter: Is there a way to host the public site on one domain (bar.example.com) and the admin interface on another (foo.example.com/bar)? Some serious Apache/WP wizardry needed. [more inside]
posted by sbutler on Nov 12, 2010 - 5 answers

Please help me redirect visitors to my blog, from a subdomain to a subdirectory...

I have a blog, which I did have available at blog.example.com. I have recently moved it to be a subdirectory of my main site www.example.com/blog. I am having some trouble with redirecting old links from the subdomain across the the new main site subdirectory, and I really need some help to get it working right. can someone help me craft a .htaccess file to handle the redirects?
posted by Scramblejam on Dec 19, 2008 - 5 answers

Help Me, Geek Force Alpha— Server Issues

Website/Weblog/Apache/Chroot/mod_rewrite Wordpress? I've been hired to create website content for a record store. That's turned into also being in charge of the website creation/management. They already have hosting, a virtual server that uses chroot to keep separate clients separate. I had hoped to use Wordpress, and the guys who hired me want something that looks bloggish, even while maintaining their eBay store as the ecommerce backend (posts/album descriptions with samples would link to eBay auctions). The problem is that Wordpress needs to use mod_rewrite access (in Apache) to create permalinks when content is added (through .htaccess), and the host has said that mod_rewrite is a security risk for the rest of his clients unless we go for dedicated hosting. He's talked about using read/write permissions access to circumvent the need for .htaccess. [more inside]
posted by klangklangston on May 4, 2006 - 13 answers

AMP + WordPress on Windows XP?

Heh. I am in the strange position of being far more capable of managing Unix/Linux/OS X than I am Windows XP, and, for development purposes, I'd like to install WordPress on my Windows box. [more inside]
posted by xyzzy on Jun 6, 2005 - 4 answers

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