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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.
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.
Synopsis: php purge_cache_byurl.php -(r|p) domain url [server_ip] [port]-r: refresh cache (use stale cache while updating cache)
-p: purge cache (delete cache entry) (more…)
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…)
LiteSpeed has provided a built-in cache functionality (an advanced feature for Enterprise 2+CPU licenses) since version 4.0 (March, 2009), and keeps improving this feature through subsequent 4.0.x releases. Many of you maybe still not aware of the powerfulness of this feature. (more…)
To perform a fair benchmark requiring a lot of preparation, as you need to know the detail of each product and set appropriate configuration. Recently, we got chance to do some internal testing. (more…)
We haven’t done benchmarks since LSWS 2.0 due to various reasons… People may discount what we say because this is a vendor version… The main reason is that we are really busy with other high-priority things, like new feature enhancement, bug fixes and support… We treat every user’s feedback seriously. So to answer those people who request new benchmark, YES, we know it is OVERDUE, and it is on our TODO list after 4.1 stable released. (more…)
I simply couldn’t believe it when I saw a benchmark result that FCGI beats LSAPI, (more…)