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Install as apache module and NOT CGI.

Discussion in 'Workarounds and Optimization' started by pamamolf, Dec 14, 2010.

  1. pamamolf

    pamamolf Active Member

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    Hello

    How can i do it on my cpanel server ?

    I am using MySQL 5.1.51 (STABLE for cpanel updates) and 5.2.17.

    How can i get the new mysql and what does install as apache module and NOT CGI means and how can i do this?

    I am using fastcgi and prefork and all i was set them up using easy apache.

    Thank you
     
  2. garrettp

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    Use the MySQL Upgrade wizard in the WHM. It will guide you through upgrading your MySQL version, and then give you the option to recompile Apache+PHP as well to support the new client libraries.

    Do note that when upgrading MySQL, there are a good number of backwards-incompatible changes.
     
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    Also, I forgot to mention that PHP defaults to the SuPHP module through EasyApache now, but you can change it to a DSO if you'd like in the WHM under Configure PHP and Suexec.
     
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