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LEMP (Linux. Nginx. MariaDB. PHP7)

Discussion in 'Server Configuration and Hosting' started by suasive, Jul 26, 2016.

  1. suasive

    suasive Active Member

    So after working on testing some setups all day. I finally build the best setup for me and possibly for others as well.
    Here are the stacks I tested, on a DigitalOcean Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 1 cpu / 1gb RAM / 30 SSD / VM
    1. LEMH (Linux. Nginx. MariaDB. HHVM)
    2. LEPH (Linux. Nginx. Percona. HHVM)
    3. LEMP (Linux. Nginx. MariaDB. PHP 7.0 )

    Of the three tested, LEMP won this test. Not only did it use 752MB of less memory consumption it also has great performance. Not only that, LEMH & LEPH consumed 632+MB of memory on average. On a clean XenForo install!! that's crazy!

    LEMP usage on a clean install. Haven't tested it yet on a live site. So I am not 100% sure how it handles clients.
    maszd and RoldanLT like this.
  2. RoldanLT

    RoldanLT Well-Known Member

    Plus Zend Opcache and Redis/Memcached :).

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