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Drupal Profiling with XHProf on Ubuntu 11.10 + Memcached and Varnish

  1. Install memcached, varnish, and xhprof

    sudo apt-get install memcached
    sudo apt-get install php5-memcached
    sudo apt-get install varnish
    sudo pecl install php-xhprof

  2. Install xhprof front-end

    cd /var/www
    git clone https://github.com/facebook/xhprof.git

  3. Configure Apache and Varnish ports

    sudo vim /etc/apache2/ports.conf ; // Change 80 to 8080
    sudo vim /etc/apache2/sites-available/default // Change 80 to 8080
    sudo vim /etc/default/varnish // Change 6081 to 80

  4. [Re]start services

Set Drupal cache and aggregation settings in settings.php

Drupal 6:

$conf['preprocess_css'] = 0;
$conf['preprocess_js'] = 0;
$conf['cache'] = 0;

 

 

Set Drupal files directory path in settings.php

In Drupal 6 settings.php:

$conf['file_directory_path'] = 'sites/yoursite.com/files';

In Drupal 7 settings.php:

$conf['file_public_path'] = 'sites/yoursite.com/files';
$conf['file_private_path'] = '/var/_private-web-files/yoursite.com';

 

New system setup notes: Ubuntu 11.10 on Toshiba Satellite A505-S6992

on a toshiba a505-s6992

 

To Do List After installing Ubuntu 11.10 aka Oneiric Ocelot

15 Things I Did After Installing New Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot

 

to get external monitor to work, had to install latest nvidia drivers:

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