Does eAccelerator, Xcache and PCI compliance missing on my hosting plan matters when my websites are fully captured by the Cloudflare?


#1

Does eAccelerator, Xcache and PCI compliance missing on my hosting plan matters when my websites are fully captured by the Cloudflare?

There are 3 shared hosting plans given by Namecheap. The 2nd Steller Plus Plan doesn’t support eAccelerator, Xcache and PCI compliance.

Will there be any effect on speed? I want a faster speed but at the same time want to save cost.

Reference URL: https://www.namecheap.com/hosting/shared.aspx (Please look under “Server Features”)


#2

Do you need PCI Compliance? The other stuff doesn’t matter that much if it’s decent hosting in the first place.


#3

Also, since my sites will be fully captured by Cloudflare, does RAM and CPU cores of my hosting matters?


#4

It sure does! There will be traffic to your server for different purposes. By default, HTML is not cached, so those requests still go to your server.

Depending on the amount of traffic your site receives, you will need to select a reasonably powered server.


#5

I have enabled lazy loading of images on my WordPress website. Since I have enabled “cache everything”. The images are loaded during the initial page load. Is it possible to overcome this?

Is the wait time of the website resources based on CPU or RAM?
Wait-time


#6

The “wait” time, or TTFB, is generally dependent on the speed of the processor. If the wait time is too high, it can mean that too much code is running on each page load or each page. This is generally due to too many WordPress plugins running code or calling external APIs while the page is loading.

However, a wait time of 7 milliseconds is amazing. You should only be worried if your wait time is >100-300ms.


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