Story: Optimize a VPS server for Drupal HostingTotal Replies: 0
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May 14, 2012
8:18 AM EDT
I have checked complete article statement regarding the use of Varnish and logged in users is inaccurate. Even when users are logged in, Varnish VCL is easily configured to cache static elements such as CSS, images and JS. Varnish VCL examples are rampant across the web for just these cases, especially for using Drupal. I think that you will find Varnish highly flexible in most use cases. Also, good recommendation for APC. It's just too easy to implement. i also find a briefed article about drupal on vps here http://www.vpswebserver.com/windows-vps/drupal-on-vps

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