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Discussion in 'Show Cases & Centmin Testimonials' started by runos, Dec 20, 2019.

  1. runos

    runos Member

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    Dec 17: Migrate from Runcloud to CMM. Faced some hickups in upgrading Nginx

    Dec 19: Eva the Great solved my Nginx issue. Applied the suggested speed hacks and manage to reduce my page load time from 1.8s to 0.8s!

    I thought I want to experiment with openlitespeed but consistently getting less than 1 sec page load speed is already insanely fast for me :p

    Dec 20-31st: Planning to secure my server with this forum's security guides :)
     
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    I've two servers, one running CMM and other CyberPanel (OLS) with UNIQ.cloud at front. The speed is largely comparable.

    Although cyber panel has panel based WordPress installer and one couch staging support, CMM is much more secure out of the box.

    The only reason I'm using cyber panel is because I need PHP 7.1 for an app based on Yii2. I do not have much use for its other features (mail & dns).

    If you don't need multiple PHP versions, stick with CMM simply because it's headache free.
     
  3. runos

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    Kluemaster, the main reason I'm interested to switch to OLS is their highly compatible wordpress caching/optimization plugin. Most 3rd party optimization plugins out there could break my scripts/forms. From what I've read, their OLS plugin works out of the box with little to no customization required.

    Also if I ever plan to migrate to OLS, I will wait for CMM's official OLS addon so no hurry :)
     
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    Well I'm already using LiteSpeed cache, and hence in a good position to compare the speed. The difference isn't much (probably because I'm using PHP PGO on CMM) though I would also like if CMM moved to OLS.
     
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    Do you find it easier to configure Wordpress caching/optimization stuff with LiteSpeed out of the box vs CMM + Autoptimize + any of the 4 official CMM caching solutions?

    I deal with mostly sales funnel pages on WP sites which requires integration with FB pixel codes, forms and autoresponder integration. From my experience, trying to optimize javascript/css stuff could easily break things.

    I was hoping using OLS plugins could provide a better optimization out of the box.