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The Right Way to Optimize Apache’s .htaccess Files

June 30th, 2010

While researching Magento performance optimizations you have probably already read about how to optimize Apache’s configuration by moving your configuration directives into the configuration files and out of the .htaccess files. Of course you need root to do this, but assuming you can, there are still very very wrong ways to do this that will result in no real performance gains, leave gaping security holes, and consume more time than necessary. Read on, a handy script for solving these problems and before and after performance benchmarks to prove the gains are included.

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