WordOps vs EEv4

Your experience? Pros / Cons on both? Issues? Benchmarks if available?

Any better similar stack I should look at?

WordOps is nice if you like the total package they provide (netdata etc). For me it was a bit too much, I would do some different choices and would not want it all their way. (It even pulled in sendmail.org-mta, I think.) :smiley:

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Netdata is completely optional :slight_smile:

https://docs.wordops.net/commands/stack/

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I ended up using WordOps, and I have been happy with it. It updates quite frequently, and so far it’s been very stable for me.

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I guess I got a default set of features/packages, then … :slight_smile:
I also like to structure thinga a bit differently, so while WordOps seemed well built/maintained, I just migrated to the plain Debian way … :slight_smile:

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WordOps seems nice. Is there some kind of isolation between sites (different php-fpm pools, with different users for example)?

But… does it outperform CentMinMod ? :wink:

Likely not :grinning:

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… for Debian? :slight_smile:

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In latency and req/sec, each their own platform.

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