The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1

Friday, January 28, 2022

In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.


As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.



Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only


The purposes of caching are following:

- Increasing the speed of content delivery.

- Reducing the amount of redundant work

- and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.


At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.


Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:

1. Via (meta) tags (<meta http-equiv="Expires"...>)

2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)

3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)



Fig 02- Public safety, illustration only



Fig 03- Flowers at the garden


First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.


Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.


# To be continued to Part 2


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36 comments:

  1. ...I never knew what cashing meant, thanks!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete
  3. Very interesting post, indeed.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 03- Flowers at the garden

      First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.

      Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - DO YOU KNOW THESE BY CATCHING FISH SPECIES?
      - WHY PUFFIN BIRDS POPULATION ARE DECREASING?
      - HOW IMPORTANT CREDIT SCORE TO MORTGAGE RATE?
      - CAN ABNORMAL BLOOD SUGAR LEAD TO SEIZURE? - DIABETES 8

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.

      Delete
  5. Thank you very much for this interesting post Tanza.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete
  6. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 03- Flowers at the garden

      First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.

      Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - DO YOU KNOW THESE BY CATCHING FISH SPECIES?
      - WHY PUFFIN BIRDS POPULATION ARE DECREASING?
      - HOW IMPORTANT CREDIT SCORE TO MORTGAGE RATE?
      - CAN ABNORMAL BLOOD SUGAR LEAD TO SEIZURE? - DIABETES 8

      Delete
  7. Info that I didn't know. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.

      Delete
  8. Very interesting post, like always
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 03- Flowers at the garden

      First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.

      Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - DO YOU KNOW THESE BY CATCHING FISH SPECIES?
      - WHY PUFFIN BIRDS POPULATION ARE DECREASING?
      - HOW IMPORTANT CREDIT SCORE TO MORTGAGE RATE?
      - CAN ABNORMAL BLOOD SUGAR LEAD TO SEIZURE? - DIABETES 8

      Delete
  10. I never know...
    thank you for sharing The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server....

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.

      Delete
  11. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete
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    I think they are available in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and online in the Naturally Pam shop for Europe and United Kingdom.

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    I love the flowers, they are so beautiful <3 I hope spring will come soon =)
    Thanks, have a wonderful weekend too =)

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    1. I see...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 03- Flowers at the garden

      First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.

      Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - DO YOU KNOW THESE BY CATCHING FISH SPECIES?
      - WHY PUFFIN BIRDS POPULATION ARE DECREASING?
      - HOW IMPORTANT CREDIT SCORE TO MORTGAGE RATE?
      - CAN ABNORMAL BLOOD SUGAR LEAD TO SEIZURE? - DIABETES 8

      Delete
  13. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching.

      Delete
  14. Thanks for explaining this - helpful information!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete
  15. That's is a very useful information, thanks for sharing

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 03- Flowers at the garden

      First, Kyrnin (2015: Force Your Page to Always Load from the Server Not the Web Cach) mentioned that a meta tag could control browser “caching,” then Web server could be speeding up.

      Search engine optimization (SEO) often apply meta tag. The simple reason is to attract people to click our sites. Thus it will affect on traffic and your site ranking.

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - DO YOU KNOW THESE BY CATCHING FISH SPECIES?
      - WHY PUFFIN BIRDS POPULATION ARE DECREASING?
      - HOW IMPORTANT CREDIT SCORE TO MORTGAGE RATE?
      - CAN ABNORMAL BLOOD SUGAR LEAD TO SEIZURE? - DIABETES 8

      Delete
  16. Thanks for sharing, speeding up the web is a good thing.
    Have a great day and a happy new week!!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      In database systems, the word “caching” means store something temporarily, then retrieved again for near future use.

      As suggested by Price (2011: Web Performance Optimization, Part 1: Web Server Caching) that there are several goals of caching

      Delete
  17. Very very interesting post
    This information is fascinating
    thanks for sharing
    kisses ♥

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      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
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  18. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Ways in “Caching” for Speeding Up Web Server – Part 1
      -
      Fig 01- Painting by David Hockney, illustration only

      The purposes of caching are following:
      - Increasing the speed of content delivery.
      - Reducing the amount of redundant work
      - and putting a file in memory to re-use to save millions of drive accesses.

      At the end, caching is supposed to improve server performance.

      Moreover, three Ways for “Caching” to speed up Web server performance that are:
      1. Via (meta) tags
      2. Programmatically setting HTTP headers (CGI scripts etc.)
      3. Through web server configuration files (httpd.conf)

      Delete