I am having some problems viewing a website running off a home Fedora Linux server I have installed at home.
The situation is this. I have installed Fedora 6 and wanted to host my own website "www.broadyswebdesign.com" from home.
I have built the server and installed the LAMP configuration without too many problems.
At the moment I just have a temporary home page installed at www.broadyswebdesign.com
. A static page witha Google Ad on it. This page loads really fast.
The problems arise here. Behind this static page I have a wordpress installation in a folder I have created.
I am not sure if it is because this is a database driven site, however I have found that this site is really slow to browse.
I am working on changes to the site so whenever I refresh the page to see the changes, I can wait 20-30 seconds for the page to reload.
This happens in the front of the wordpress site as well as the admin area.
The reason I ask could it be MySQL related is because I have installed other database driven sites in different folders and they are slow to browse as well. Sites like Joomla, DataLife Engine ect.
For my domain name I purchased broadyswebdesign.com and also purchased a static IP address from my ISP.
I then set up my router for the static IP address and got a windows hosting company I work with to host the DNS records for broadyswebdesign.com so that it points back to my static IP address.
I am not sure if I have gone about this the right way. I am a new to linux and am trying to teach myself as I go.
My goal for the Linux server is to host 2 websites from home. I am hoping for them to load fairly quick. My ADSL connection is 1.5mb.
Anyhelp on this problem would be greatly appreciated