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EasyApache Options?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by popeye, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. popeye

    popeye Well-Known Member

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    Hi is there a list of things i need to tick anywhere that web hosts use because i keep having to go back and tick things ? and building it again.
     
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    I'm probably being over cautious but it's generally a good idea in my book to only build in that which you need and have read about, some of the modules have an administrative / security overhead. There isn't a be all and end all guide I'm aware of, it'll depend on who your clients are and what you want them to be able to do. It is possible to argue that any EA included module should have basic standards of security / reliability but this isn't written in stone anywhere afaik (although that would make an awesome stone tablet for the next conference)

    EasyApache
     
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    Hello :)

    There is no list available in our documentation because it depends on the scripts that are installed in your accounts. Typically, it's advised to only enable the PHP modules that you require, as opposed to enabling all of them.

    Thank you.
     
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    I only ticked items that are only needed for most software such as Wordpress, Joomla and so on. Being a web developer besides being cPanel Root Admin I have learned what is needed on a server for most people’s needs.

    You do not need everything and selecting certain items can affect preformance of the server.

    Take the time and research what major software needs such as Wordpress, Joomla and so on and you you been fine.
     
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    Hi Popeye,

    Here are some helpful links to our EasyApache Documentation. These pages contain information about the various modules and applications within EasyApache. These explanations can help determine what items you may want to include or exclude in EasyApache depending on your needs. There are also links below for our EasyApache Change Log and Release Notes. These pages track the newest releases of EasyApache including information about changes, bug fixes and new features.

    Please let us know if you have any other EasyApache questions!

    EasyApache Documentation
    EasyApache Release Notes
    EasyApache ChangeLog
     
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