marcelorp

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Hello.

I have a question...I used CPanel too many times. But now I found the CWP and on the ir features is saying about Apache and PHP compiled from source wich gains performance. How about CPanel?

Because Im seaching for performance on my websites, and many people are saying that CPanel slowly my website.

Im not a reseller or hosting coming, just hosting my own websites and projects. Wich is better? I know that Im asking that in CPanel forum :)

Another panel that I found and privileges performance is VestaCP.

My fear is that because CPanel is too much generally and fully features, he will consume too much and decreanse my performance.
 

cPanelMichael

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Hello,

It's difficult to provide an accurate answer on performance questions due to the number of variables in play. It's often a combination of your hardware, website applications, network performance, and website traffic that dictates how fast your websites load. You could install a free trial of cPanel to see it in action and get a better idea on it's performance.

Thank you.
 

NTar

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I have tried different servers (8 in fact) and six of them were running very slow. It is, like Michael said, an combination of hardware, applications, network performance and traffic.

Right at this time I'm running cPanel on a 2 Xeon core server, with 4 GB of memory. All Wordpress websites on our server loads within 1 - 2 seconds. :) If you have much users, you could try CloudVPS for better performance. For us CloudVPS isn't really necessary, since we put 25 - 50 users a server.
 

changlee

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Hello,
I am usung both cPanel and CWP. I think that it has nothing to do with speed. If you do not have many cron jobs, and your server is great with proper setup, then an optimised website will rock both in cPanel and CWP.
 
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