WordPress Benchmark tests the speed of your WordPress server's CPU, network and database and shows you how you compare against everyone else.
I hope that later or sooner there will be a recognized parameter that enables everybody to understand the speed of the service they are contracting.
The tool is fantastic
I love the idea of collecting and aggregating data from a larger network to return better results to each individual.
Your other plugin Wordfence is a brilliant example of this, good work. Im interested to see where this could go, i dunno much about CDNs but maybe that could be food for thought.
Not everyone using this is tech savvy - can you give the rest of us a clue as to what the results mean? I really don't care what a BogoWip is - I would like to know how many I should have. For some things "more is better" (cash, etc) for other things "less is more" (golf score, etc) Even something as simple as a smiley to give me a hint would be great. ☹
MySQL never finishe, Network isn't right (we have dedicated bandwith, report is way off)
Simple to use.
With a single click shows how my hosting providers of CPU, Network, and Database performance compares to the industry average.
Adding this tool to my tool belt!
worked nicely on my cpanel server. with same host i also have a plesk server and the plugin did not work there. not sure if that was the underlying issue or not.
my host is compared to an average.. which is meaningless. I'm using shared hosting.. other might be on VPS or dedicated
The data should be displayed alongside averages for each host in a league table, then at least hosts can be compared. I wouldn't even mind paying a little for a 'pro' version for the data. Otherwise.. pointless - unless I have several hosts, and you test each one myself.
Please put the data online.
Allowed me to visualise the very poor performance I get from my host Go Daddy.
It would be great if the author could compile and make available the information collected by the plugin.
This information would help consumers make an informed decision when choosing their WP host.
By making the (anonymized) results publicly available it would also put pressure on the worst performing providers to get their act together.
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