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EasyApache Profile

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Anthony_610, Jun 19, 2015.

  1. Anthony_610

    Anthony_610 Registered

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    Would someone be able to provide me with an EasyApache profile file with the best setup for performance and security? I had one that I got from an old friend but that's highly outdated now and I actually lost it. The setup he sent me had AMAZING security and performance. All my websites were extremely secure and the page load times were awesome. If someone could provide me with a file I'd be highly grateful! Thank you!
     
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    I will suggest you to compile your server as per your requirement. You can choose PHP modules which you want to install on server or as per your site requirement. Regarding security, I will suggest you to modify /usr/local/lib/php.ini file. That's the main file which is used for security of the PHP.
     
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    I did but I'm looking for a preset profile with other options I didn't select that may make my website perform better or be more secure!
     
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    cPanel's Optimal Profile options should get you going in the right direction:
    Optimal profiles for other operating systems - cPanel Documentation

    Using some older profile is probably not a great idea, depending on how old it is and the changes to EasyApache over time. Choosing an Optimal Profile to start out with is a good idea. Over time when you find you need something more added, you can create your own Custom Profile. If you don't need it, why have it there?
     
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