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How to improve Time To First Byte?
10-03-2018, 07:17 AM
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RE: How to improve Time To First Byte?
   

Can you give some insight regarding the very slow "First Byte" time below?
Typical .html sites and .php sites are typically under 500 ms for first byte on the same server. But database backend sites have this issue.

See attached screenshot ...

(10-03-2018 05:40 AM)jbr Wrote:  Pat

Regarding your message below. We have a site with a 2+ second time to first byte. I have KeepAlive enabled. A "KeepAliveTimeOut 1" Do you recommend another TimeOut value?

Thanks for creating this tool

jbr

(04-07-2011 12:36 AM)pmeenan Wrote:  If you can, go enable http keep-alives on your server. It should cut the overall load time in half.

Have you tried W3 Total Cache? At least from feedback I have seen it generally works better than Super Cache (and lets you do more advanced optimizations like combine style sheets and js, etc).

-Pat
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