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Old 12-17-2010, 11:09 PM
Ruslan Sivak
 
Default Best way to set up for PHP websites

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I am looking to set up a CentOS server for hosting a high traffic PHP
site (specifically Drupal 6).

I am trying to figure out what's the best way of setting up PHP. The
standard mod_php seems to not be a good solution, as it requires apache
to be in the prefork configuration, due to PHP not being thread safe.

Something like mod_fcgi seems to be the way to go, but I can't seem to
find a good guide on setting it up.

I installed Zend Server, but seems like they are only supporting FastCGI
for Apache on Windows, and only mod_php on Linux.

Their admin control panel is using lighttpd and mod_fcgi on Linux. I
getting it to work with Apache, but am having issues with the missing
mysqli libraries.

Is it recommended to use mod_fcgi on CentOS? Is there a way to get it
to work with Zend Server?

If not, should I try to get things working with lighttpd? I'm not sure
how easy it would be to set up a config to work with Drupal.

Russ



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