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6 Responses

  1. Nate says:

    Hello Aaron. Thanks for the great advice. I followed your advice here and it REALLY speed things up with WordPress (since it is a PHP script essentially). I have PHP 7.2 and checking the php -v prior to following your advice opcache was not enabled. The speed boost was truly worth the effort! Much appreciated!

  2. Pavel says:

    Oh, what I’m saying – actually nginx IS a web server, but in this case it’s still better to restart php-fpm instead of nginx

  3. Pavel says:

    nginx isn’t web-server, it’s better to restart php-fpm in such case :)

  4. Kyle says:

    To be more secure and faster, if you install php7. Turns out opcaching is already compiled into it.

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