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RSS Feed made superfast (or almost)

Just like the previous post mentioned, the RSS feed from my blog has been doing a sort of break dance – on sometimes, off other times. Moreover, the server performance in serving up the blog pages itself has not been as it was a few months ago. (Looks like my blog’s youth is showing – ;-))
I finally got down to the root of the problem after communicating with my web host. It does seem like a web server load issue and the recommendation from the customer support was to cache the PHP files for the purpose of “blazing speed”.
So, I’ve just installed the WP-cache plugin that does just that and I’ll follow the performance of the blog and its RSS feed a little closely for the next few days.
Now, I’m wondering whether I should cache my blog main Index page as well? And whether that is in the realm of the possible to begin with?


RSS Feed restored

Over the last couple of days, there has been a recurring problem with the RSS feed at my blog. As of now, it looks like the feed has been recovered and is working just fine. Thanks for your patience!


About me

I am Chris Jacob Abraham and I live, work and blog from Newburgh, New York. I work for IBM as a Senior consultant in the Fab PowerOps group that works around the issue of detailed Fab (semiconductor fab) level scheduling on a continual basis. My erstwhile company ILOG was recently acquired by IBM and I've joined the Industry Solutions Group there.

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May 2024