Well, if you do lot of performance measurements, you measure lots of different performances. Or in German: "Wer viel misst, misst viel Mist".
However, my result is now this:
This is nice tiny Firefox plugin called "Load Time" and it reports 2.09 secs load time for the network tab on my profile. Steffens profile is loading in 2.90 secs on second reload (to fill the cache). I therefor think we are quite on par in page load times. Googles PSI reported 4 secs load time for my site. Firefox built-in developer console reported between 4 and 9 secs load time, but I think this was because of the many elements the the developer console also needs to parse and display. The tiny FF addon is more simple and gives a more accurate impression of real-world page load times without all those developer overhead or so.
Are 2 secs load time ok for the network tab? What do you think?
The reason for using an own VM for #Friendica was more like "let's they what this funny software is all about and not interfere with my main webserver environment". Well, this was in 2012 and after now 6 years of running my own #Friendica instance on Nerdica.Net I think I'm far beyond the experimental stage.
The benefits from this migration are hopefully:
- less VMs to administer
- more CPUs for the webserver
- more memory for cacheing and such
So, if any of the Nerdica.Net users do experience issues, please contact me or in !NerdicaSupport.