What the difference Wordpress setup use Server Pilot, LAMP and One Click

what is the difference install wordpress using server pilot, LAMP and one click install in droplet?

One Click install Wordpress when using Droplet must wear Ram 1GB.

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@jsamuel So after creating server and connecting to serverpilot, i can also overwrite system manually from command line? for example, the coach plan has simple http2 deployment but if i choose the free plan i can enable http2 configuring manually?

and by the way, could you please explain whats the benefit of using Apache+Nginx rather then Nginx alone?

The stack used by ServerPilot is a bit more advanced than the stack used on the DigitalOcean’s one-click WordPress install.

ServerPilot uses Nginx as a reverse proxy in front of Apache and uses PHP-FPM to execute PHP scripts. There’s more info about this stack here:

I believe the stack used by DigitalOcean’s one-click installer uses a public-facing Apache server with PHP running through the older mod_php rather than the newer PHP-FPM.

Aside from the stack configuration, the main difference is that when you use ServerPilot you can manage the server after it is created through ServerPilot’s control panel without needing to SSH into your server. Things you can do through ServerPilot include creating new apps on the same server, creating additional system users, deploying Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates, and changing passwords. With servers created by DigitalOcean’s one-click installers, after the server is created you have to do all server administration by hand while SSH’d into the server.