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Best configuration

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by nistor.andrei, Jan 12, 2016.

  1. nistor.andrei

    nistor.andrei Member

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    I searched the forums, web, read the documentation and couldn't find a clear answer regarding this issue.

    I have a VPS with cPanel installed ( 4 GB RAM Burst, 2 GB RAM Guaranteed, 4 CPU core 2,1 Ghz, 75 GB SSD ) and I was wondering what is the best configuration for apache for speed and security.
    I tried fastcgi, DSO and several other configurations but I am not sure what to keep.
     
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    Configuration totally depends which & how many websites are you planning to host on your VPS. If you could give a rough idea, it will help to suggest you with appropriate options.
     
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    Well as I can add more resources to the VPS the number of websites that I could host increases.
    Now I have ~20 websites hosted and I don't think it would pass 50 any time soon.
     
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    Hello :)

    You can search for terms such as FCGI, DSO, and suPHP with the "performance" search term on our forums to view performance information from other users.

    Thank you.
     
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