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TTFB 3 to 4 seconds - Team218 - 04-02-2020 07:09 AM

I could use some help figuring out what is causing high TTFB

Latest Test


RE: Assistance With Improving Site Speed - Team218 - 04-03-2020 04:16 AM

Here is the latest after resizing some images and removing a couple of plugins.

https://www.webpagetest.org/result/200402_SG_8480fd199a483bab4dc80e60c92fb51f/


RE: TTFB 3 to 4 seconds - 01systems - 04-09-2020 05:25 AM

Hi Smile

How are you getting on with discovering your bottleneck?

I recently wanted to discover my bottleneck, but it was nothing like yours. I was looking to reduce a 300ms ttfb.

I had a wordpress installation that was just taking too long. I started with a few on-page optimisations like combining requests and scripts, using wordpress plugins for cache and lazy-load.

In the end this was not enough. I decided to go futher.

Following DB optimisation and checking my server CPU/Mem loads I needed to setup and install somthing to monitor more deeply the server process.

I discovered that PHP was my bottleneck and set about some optimisations in the PHP.INI.

Still with no real results I setup ZEND OPCACHE. This along with all the previous work took my 300ms ttfb down to 30ms. I was very pleased.

What kind of server are you using and what software?