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Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by BobHoliday, Nov 14, 2018.

  1. BobHoliday

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    There's an old thread on this subject here:
    optimize for WordPress

    But I suspect that, now that PHP-FPM is default, the best way forward with WordPress site optimisation is now different?

    So, what's the best way now, say on Centos 7.5+, WHM/CPanel 76.0.7+?

    Change 'pool' settings? To what?

    TY!
    PS. With a decent cache plugin, the public facing site can be reasonably speedy on cached pages of course - I'm discussing here the hard generated pages seen when logged in and/or not cached.
     
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