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apache and mySQL performance

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by ms.shams, May 24, 2009.

  1. ms.shams

    ms.shams Registered

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    Hi All,

    please tell me that, if i install some modules and packages for improving apache and mySQL performance like mod_cache for apache or enable caching for mySQL or installing APC for PHP caching, Cpanel can work correctly after this changes?
    thank you for your help. ;)
     
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    I thought cache for MySQL queries is enabled by default - but you can improve it by allocating more memory. It doesn't affect cPanel.

    Try to make changes to apache only from cPanel (installing mod_cache from easyApache if is available) because changes made in httpd.conf can be overwritten by cPanel. I didn't try APC with cPanel but I used eAccelerator without any problem. Sometimes it improve performance, depending on websites. APC should work the same.
     
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