Is Linode WordPress One-Click app ready for production out of the box?

I'm looking to relocate site from another cloud service, but I want to know if the WordPress One-Click app is ready out of the box for production or additional tuning is required.

I know how to get around the a Linux server, but I'm not an database administrator or big time programmer.

I know that for better performance, tuning may be required, and I'm talking about if the Linode vps come at least with standard configuration for good operation.

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Yes, the Linode Wordpress One-Click app is ready for production. If you want to migrate your WordPress site from another service provider. You can use a different WordPress plugin like Updraft, Migrater, etc to migrate your website. First, you have to deploy WordPress application on the Linode machine. If you don't know about a technical issue, you can also choose a managed Linode provider like http://cloudlaya.com/ You can also contact me at [email protected] I will help to migrate your WordPress website.

@mhweb

I wanted to pass along the guide we have on deploying WordPress with our One-Click Apps to help you out, too:

Deploying WordPress with One-Click Apps

That guide will take you from deployment through configuration and setting up your domain.

@rgerke

So, if it's ready for production, it also implies that the Linode WordPress app include some mysql and apache tuning to make vps ready for production? Or the vps uses all the default installation settings? This is what I really want to know.

Thanks,

Thanks for clarifying. A few settings are changed from the default since they're common changes made for most WordPress setups. For example:

post_max_size = 100M
upload_max_filesize = 100M
memory_limit = 256M

There's no tuning done as part of initial setup as tuning is best done for a particular situation rather than as a one-size-fits-all general approach. I'd recommend tuning Apache and MySQL once your site's set up and you have an idea of the traffic your site will be getting. We have a pair of guides on tuning Apache and MySQL that may help:

Tuning Your Apache Server

How to Optimize MySQL Performance Using MySQLTuner

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