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apache 2 and GD

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by ittsmee2, May 13, 2008.

  1. ittsmee2

    ittsmee2 Registered

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    Earlier I was told that Apache 2 was not stable with cpanel, but I have since learned that Apache 2.0 is sufficiently stable that it is the default version of Apache on all new cPanel/WHM servers as of a few months ago.

    I was also told that you couldn't install the GD libraries on Apache 2, can anyone confirm this?

    I would prefer to run Apache 2 with the gd libraries, and I am also wondering about either lightppd or lightspeed and what benefits might there be in either of these.
     
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    You trying to compile GD right into Apache or using it in a more typical fashion: compiling it into PHP or using it with Perl?
     
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    I've been running Apache v2.2 on my and hundreds of clients cPanel servers with GD with no problems at all.
     
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    I went ahead and upgraded apache to 2.2 with php5 and gd and we will see how it goes.

    My other question is about lightppd or litespeed. Has anyone used these and if so what have been the advantages?
     
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    I am using litespeed on my server, it can handle much more requests per second and mitigates ddos rather easily if properly tuned. It also uses way less memory., at the moment, it's using only 8MB. :)
     
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    I compiled Apache 2.0 with gd on two cPanel servers. No problems.

    Can litespeed work well on a cPanel server? How to implement it?
     
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    Apache has the added advantage of being free. LS is a bit pricey compared to that. Is it worth the cost?
     
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    Yes, it can double server capacity and serve more clients.
     
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