Posts Tagged ‘Performance’

Cache Makes the World Go Round

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

 

First, we would like to thank each and every one of you for trying out LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress. We’re proud to see that there are 30,000+ active WordPress sites running LiteSpeed Cache. There was an enormous effort to make this plugin the easiest and most efficient caching solution for both WordPress users and hosts. Our latest release of 1.0.14.1 includes some exciting User Interface changes that hopefully simplify things for the administrator/user.

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Prepare For the Holidays With LiteMage’s Newest Feature: Site Visitor Acceleration!

Tuesday, November 8th, 2016

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It’s no secret that the slower a page loads, the more likely a customer is to leave your site. With the newest enhancements to LiteSpeed Web Server and LiteMage Cache, you can rest easy knowing that all your visitors will experience the fastest load times ever!

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Democracy and the Benchmark

Monday, September 19th, 2016

It seems like we’re entering the YouTube era of benchmarking.

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You know how you can go on YouTube and find someone who knows almost nothing about the subject they are posting a video about? Well, benchmarking these days is kind of like that…

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Improving DigitalOcean WordPress Droplet Performance with just One Click (With OpenLiteSpeed)!

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

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LiteSpeed Technologies announces the release of a one-click script that quickly and easily supercharges your DigitalOcean Droplet’s WordPress setup. LiteSpeed’s cache performance delivers significant performance and scalability gains over the DigitalOcean default.

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LSMCD: A Persistent, Highly Scalable and Available Memcached Replacement

Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

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Think database web applications have to be slow? Think again! With our completely free and open source LiteSpeed Memcached, you can accelerate your site by alleviating database load dynamically!

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PHP 7 vs HHVM Benchmark Series 3: How fast can WordPress go?

Friday, September 4th, 2015

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In our previous PHP 7 vs HHVM benchmark, Benchmark Series 2: WordPress, we saw HHVM outperform PHP 7 by 7% on WordPress. That test was performed without any cache involvement to test pure HHVM and PHP 7 performance. In our recent Getting the Best WordPress Performance article, we saw just how much of a difference a page cache can make in regards to WordPress performance.

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Getting the Best WordPress Performance

Monday, August 31st, 2015

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In our previous PHP 7 vs HHVM benchmark, Benchmark Series 2: WordPress, we saw HHVM outperform PHP 7 by 7% on WordPress. That test was performed without any cache involvement to test pure HHVM and PHP 7 performance. But what about WordPress performance in a real world situation?

According to W3Techs’ usage report, WordPress is used by 24.3% of all the websites and holds 58.7% of the content management system market share. As the #1 content management system, we want to see how fast WordPress can be in a real world environment.
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Don’t Get Overrun When You Update

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

4.2.2 New Features: REFRESH Cache, Stale Cache Mechanism

1. How to REFRESH/PURGE cache manually

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Synopsis: php purge_cache_byurl.php -(r|p) domain url [server_ip] [port]-r: refresh cache (use stale cache while updating cache)
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Not Even Close: Ruby LSAPI 4.1 Bests Nginx + Passenger (A Benchmark, Of Course)

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

Part 1 — Uploading

 

Now that we’ve finished tweaking the latest update of LiteSpeed’s SAPI for Ruby on Rails with Rack, we decided to celebrate with a little benchmarking. (more…)

LSWS 4.2 Introduces PHP suEXEC Daemon Mode

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

LSWS 4.2 release has a great news for shared hosting providers, who can get most advantages of the much expected new feature.  This release introduces PHP suEXEC daemon mode, (more…)