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Once we installed PHP-FPM, Varnish, Memcached, Apache Event, applied .htaccess, and installed w3totalcache we get much better results. With the configuration listed below my test site was able to process '''805 Requests per second'''. The response time for 95% of requests was '''11ms''' which is insane. As you can see if you modify the default cPanel settings you can get significant '''[http://wiki.mikejung.biz/Category:Performance  performance]''' gains for a basic Wordpress site.  
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Once we installed PHP-FPM, Varnish, Memcached, Apache Event, applied .htaccess, and installed w3totalcache we get much better results. With the configuration listed below my test site was able to process '''805 Requests per second'''. The response time for 95% of requests was '''11ms''' which is insane. As you can see if you modify the default cPanel settings you can get significant performance gains for a basic Wordpress site.  
 
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Server Software:        Apache/2.4.10
 
Server Software:        Apache/2.4.10

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