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As of now i use the PHP-FPM and apache. i mainly host wordpress sites so use of the .htaccess files is absolutely neccesary.

if i did the switch to Nginx & Apache would that be that the static files be served with nginx and the php/html with apache?

what type of performance gain would i be likely to recieve?

I used to use nginx with cpanel, but then i had somewhat more control over this.

If its important i use IPV6 now too.

Thanks for any answers or solutions

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If you are hosting clients, then stick to PHP-FPM and Apache. PHP-FPM offers slightly less performance than nginx but also less headache. However, if you are hosting only your own sites, you can give it a try. In my trials, the extra performance boost is very minimal, if any.

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