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Another possibility would make sense if it takes a long time to generate a dynamic page. Example: The index.php page is only 100K but the complex queries needed to create the page take 10 seconds to run. Rather than take a 10-second page load time, you can capture the output buffers and write the index.html version of the index.php page. Then most clients will see the fast, static page. A CRON job can periodically delete the index.html page, and the 404 handler can call the index.php page to rebuild the static version.
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