In various hosting environments, WordPress core-, plugin- and theme updates sometimes fail because of enabled opcode caches. Popular PHP opcode caches are OPcache, WinCache and APC. This little WordPress Must Use Plugin tries to flush opcode caches. Making your live a bit easier when updating WordPress Core, Plugins and Themes.
Isn’t it true that, when you (start to) develop WordPress websites for clients, and you host them yourself, you find yourself in a situation where you need to know a lot about “stuff” other than WordPress development? In this optimizing WordPress hosting post, I provide 9+ practical tips for you, to improve WordPress hosting performance. Especially useful if you plan to develop and host WordPress websites yourself.
GoSecure wrote up a new PHP exploitation technique using the default OPcache engine from PHP 7. Using this attack vector, it’s possible to bypass certain hardening techniques that disallow the file write access in the web directory. This could be used by an attacker to execute his own malicious code in a hardened environment.
Tune OPcache and make PHP OPcache perform even better! Now that you’ve optimized PHP realpath_cache_size, it’s time to fine-tune OPcache. With just a few tweaks you can tune PHP OPcache to make it perform much better, and here is how…
PHP 7 with OPcache in IIS Express for WebMatrix 3: learn how to create your own PHP development environment easily with Microsoft WebMatrix and IIS Express and your own custom PHP version. Note: this guide also applies to newer PHP versions, just change the version numbers.
How to speed-up Joomla! performance on Windows Server IIS: 8 important, but simple, tips to improve & speed up Joomla! Add caching, gzip compression, set your sessions & optimize MySQL database functions… Provide your visitors with a blazing fast Joomla! website!
Install WinCache with PHP on IIS. In this article you’ll learn how to install PHP with Windows Cache Extension (WinCache) on Windows Server IIS. WinCache enabled PHP gives a great PHP performance boost for your WordPress, Drupal or Joomla website, and decreases CPU usage. This post will show you it’s not hard to set up high performance PHP on Windows Server (IIS). And as a bonus, we’ll dive into Windows TCP/IP tuning too. Learn how this very blog optimized it’s PHP hosting on Windows!