Optimize Synology DSM for ZurmoCRM

It’s not easy to install ZurmoCRM and that’s why I encourage to Test your ZurmoCRM with VirtualBox. You need to manually edit configuration files before setup on Synology DSM.

This post will be updated when I found more optimization in the future.

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Asustor AS-602T as a ZurmoCRM Application Server Performance Report

In QNAP TS-269L as a ZurmoCRM Application Server Performance Report, I was depressed with the result running ZurmoCRM on QTS platform which runs on QNAP device.

This time, I got a AS-602T from Asustor running  ADM x64. They also provide me beta firmware with Alternative PHP Cache, Memcache, memcached, and PHP 5.5.3 R2 for testing. These should improve performance.

How about the performance with ZurmoCRM with different acceleration? Is there any difference between ADM and Debian? Let’s take a look at it.

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QNAP TS-269L as a ZurmoCRM Application Server Performance Report

I am currently porting ZurmoCRM to QTS platform which runs on QNAP device. According to QNAP TS-269L as a LAMP Application Server Performance Report, I decide to focus on Intel Atom Processor based NAS first. If the performance is acceptable, I will support ARMADA XP later.

In previous test, SugarCRM running on an Intel Atom D2701 based QNAP TS-269L is as fast as Intel Atom D510 based Shuttle X50V2 running. How about the performance with ZurmoCRM? Is there any difference between QTS and Debian? Let’s take a look at it.

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QNAP TS-269L as a SugarCRM Application Server Performance Report

I am currently porting ZurmoCRM to QTS platform which runs on QNAP device. As mentioned in Performance Comparison on Retrieving Contacts from SugarCRM with QNAP TS-112, TS-212P, and TS-119PII, Marvell-based NAS didn’t perform well as an LAMP application server.

In the test, I saw Shuttle X50V2 which is an Intel Atom Processor D510-based PC provides an acceptable performance. Therefore, I invest an Intel Atom D2701-based QNAP TS-269L to test.

How about the performance? Is there any difference between QTS and Debian? Does it provide better results compared to them? Let’s take a look at it.

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How Multi-Core Processors Accelerate your LAMP Applications

My QNAP TS-269L comes with an Intel Atom D2701 which has dual-core with hyper-threading. The File Transfer Performance is better than my other NAS using Marvell single core processor. But does the multithreading architecture really is the key to improve LAMP performance? Well, it’s a long story…

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