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Move Magento Cache to RAM by tmpfs
Pretty straight forward.
First important is to check which user / group has the current permission, no point of loading a ram drive if magento can’t write to it.
Should give you a basic view of the current owner.
Now, we can create our tmpfs drives.
mount -t tmpfs -o size=128m tmpfs /home/magento/var/cache/
Perform the same for /var/sessions
chown user:group /home/magento/var/cache
chmod o+w /home/magento/var/cache
Their you go, you now have a very fast magento cache
Only downside if you reboot you shall have to remount them, otherwise you can add them to you /etc/fstab
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I think moving /var to a tmpfs is probably not your biggest bottleneck and would likely be more trouble than its worth. Make sure Magento caching is enabled and you have APC enabled.
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