SuExec forces all CGI scripts to run as the user. This can include PHP if PHP is set to run as CGI.Hello Guys,
I am bit confuse about modules suPHP, suPHPexec and Apache suEXEC. Can anybody tell me the basic difference between these three?
Also, what is the difference between PHP handler dso and cgi?
You cannot run both as DSO (at least not without some special patching). However you can run both as CGI if you desire.We have installed both the versions of PHP. PHP4 and PHP5. PHP5 is set to default version of PHP.
PHP 5 Handler - dso
PHP 4 Handler - cgi
Can I run both PHP versions as dso or cgi?
Speed, speed, speed.Hi,
Can anyone tell me disadvantages of running the Apache under suPHP?
Both SuExec (for CGI/Perl scripts) and SuPHP (for PHP scripts) may be used simultaneously without issues, excluding any performance differences between the PHP handler.Im sorry to revive this topic but is Apache suExec incompatible with suPHP? I mean, is there something which should not be run besides with suPHP?
Performance will vary depending on the unique activity and usage on the specific servers involved, including differences in activity of the hosted sites, how resource-intensive some scripts or sites may be, and potential abusive activity that may also be contributing to increased load.When people say suPHP is slow and that it has a performance hit, of how much are we talking against PHP in DSO mode? 20% slower or 500% slower?
Using SuPHP allows you to find out which specific users are consuming the most CPU/RAM resources (e.g., while monitoring via "top" for example).When I compiled Apache I use suPHP without memcache or anything else because I was not sure if those are standard, I only selected eAcelerator. So the build runs fine. But I readed somewhere that suPHP doesnt support any kind of caching, that includes eAcelerator. Is this truth?
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