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Hey all...

So I was reading up here: Apache Module: HTTP2 | cPanel & WHM Documentation

And on the web, and this seems like something that Should be enabled? It is currently NOT enabled in WHM on my Cloud Server.

Should it be?

Can it all be done from WHM?

Is there anything else that needs to be done besides the Compatibility checks and install through the interface?

Thanks in advance as always! :cool:

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P.S. My main reason for wanting to to this is to speed up the response time on my server. Hopefully this will help?
 

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Per the guide there at this link, you can install this directly through EasyApache:


The only way to know for sure if it will help would be to install the module and then check the server's performance to see if you notice an improvement. If not, it can just as easily be removed through EasyApache.
 
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Per the guide there at this link, you can install this directly through EasyApache:


The only way to know for sure if it will help would be to install the module and then check the server's performance to see if you notice an improvement. If not, it can just as easily be removed through EasyApache.
This seems like something that Should be done regardless. Yes? No?

Thanks for the link. :thumbsup:
 

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It can't hurt to try, so I'd do it :D
What should I pick here?


mod_http2
2.4.46-2.4.4.cpanel


HTTP2 module for Apache HTTP Server

While resolving the dependencies, we have identified the following breakpoint. Please select one to continue with the process:

mod_mpm_worker < this?
mod_mpm_event < or this?
 

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I like worker, but that's really just a personal preference.
Not sure what this is telling me either, can you advise?

If your server requires that you run websites as the user, you must also install the mod_suexec Apache module.

Note: All my sites will be WordPress, if that matters at all.
 

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It can't hurt to try, so I'd do it :D
I'll take...

What works pretty good for 1000.00 Alex?

Even though I still get the "Reduce initial server response time" message on LIghthouse, the site Feels MUCH faster overall. Especially when editing the back end.

Wishful thinking on my part? Placebo effect? lol

Thanks for your help. :thumbsup: