Understood. I was under the impression suphp would be "best" as it sets the correct file permissions for WP.I'm not sure there is ever a "best" - we have all those different options for a reason, and both options will likely run properly on your server without errors.
Some admins like to finesse the best possible performance out of their server and spend a lot of time getting things finely tuned. Some admins just leave the default settings and go with it. Either will get you a stable environment where things work well though.
Lemme see if i can figure that out....The CGI/ruid2 combo will also use the correct permissions as well. It might be worth it to switch back and forth to see if you notice a performance difference, as it's just a few clicks in either the EasyApache or MultiPHP Manager interface.
Copy that.I can't speak for the validity of any particular test software as that isn't something we make or test, but you were getting consistent results earlier. In the past I've also used the GTMetrix tools as well with good results.
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