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  1. Playing around with the markup cache on a website which is listing accommodation/activities. The page in question displays a number of listings (info about accommodation operator) and then a google map with markers for all the listings. I've cached (using markup cache) each listing, and also the google map markers, and the performance boost from this is pretty damn good, I'm stoked with the result. In the process I've got a bit obsessed with page-load speed and done some benchmarks. the following image is a sample page-load. The troubling aspect is time PW takes to get up and running. As you can see from the benchmarking info the vast majority of page-load time is PW startup - that is everything prior to the page template - ie, the time is measured from the start of index.php to the start the the page template file. Is this normal? This is on a live server (shared host) and the value varies from 400-600ms. Do installed modules have any impact on this? Is there any way to speed this up? It's reasonably snappy but if this can be improved then I'm all for it
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