@Markus, let me try to answer your question with an example:
Peter is 10 years old and Joan is 20 years old. This means that Joan is 100% older than Peter (or 200% the age of Peter), yet Peter is 50% younger than Joan (or 50% the age of Joan). Right?
So, if for example a page now loads for 10 second and it used to load for 20 seconds, than both of these statements really say the same thing:
* It used to take a page 100% more time to load than it loads now (or 200% of the current load time)
* Page is loading for 50% of the time it used to load
The formula is x = (|(t0 - t1)| / t0) * 100 where t0 is the base value and t1 is changed value.
Hope this clears things up.
Anyhow, a concrete data is that, for example, on a cold instance it took 42 seconds to go to backend pages and now it takes 5 to 12 (depending on the hard drive).
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