Increasing PHP resources
PHP workers are another resource available to you, in quantities that depend on the hosting package you have subscribed to.
One worker consists of an element capable of interpreting and carrying out 1 request (instruction) coded in PHP at a time.
PHP is one of the most widely used languages for building websites or other web structures.
The principle is this; the greater the number of workers available, the greater the number of requests that can be carried out simultaneously, with each request generally being related to an action launched by a user/visitor on your site, such as clicking on a page or a button, etc.
However, the quantity of these workers is multiplied from one offer to another. This quantity is not fixed, but you will always get twice as many workers on Professional packages as on Personal, and the same equation applies when upgrading a Performance package.