Optimizing TLDrop Performance
By default, TLDrop utilizes several techniques to minimize the CPU and memory usage like automatic clean-up unused resources when the application is on the idle state. And list duplication removal without harming your machine.
Nevertheless, you can still enhance TLDrop performance by yourself. Below are several approaches to make TLDrop run much faster.
The crawler task might take a long time to completely ended. It is a good idea to set the cache expiration time to be higher. Therefore, it will take care of your bandwidth as TLDrop will lookup into cache living inside memory rather than re-establishing a new web server requests.
Use Dedicated Proxies
Sometimes you might not notice that your IP or traffic is getting blocked by some web servers. And internally, TLDrop will try to re-execute based on Retries Settings. That’s why you demand some dedicated proxies. Once you have assigned some proxies, TLDrop will rotate them automatically. Learn more about proxies here.
While it is still good to ensure what precisely the WHOIS response is. However, it is too risky repeating the failed process over and over again to the same WHOIS server with the same raw of data. You can set this option to 1 or 2. See more at Retries Settings.
Ignore Popular Sites
Of course, we don’t need our Vanity Checker Service to look at domain availability for google.com or wikipedia.org. Well, it is just a waste of time. We can prevent this by including popular sites to the banned list. Please download 454 popular websites that you can add to the banned list.