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OPtimal Apache Build?

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Miso, Jul 20, 2003.

  1. Miso

    Miso Member

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    Optimal Apache Set Up?
    Any help in determining the Best Apache Build. I know it depends what I am using it for... but I am just running a general hosting service...

    Does it make sense to check them all? Are there conflicts?




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    Expires Module
    Raise FD_SETSIZE to 16384 (System Wide)
    Frontpage Module
    Gzip Module (experimental) (Version 1.3.26.1a)
    Raise HARD_SERVER_LIMIT
    Perl Module (not required to run .cgi scripts/not compatible with php) (Version 1.28)
    Php Module (Version 4.3.2)

    Downgrade to version 4.2.3
    Bc Math
    Calendar Support
    Curl (Version 7.10.5)
    Curl SSL Support (Version 2.8.15)
    Dom XSLT
    Flash
    FTP
    GD (Version 2.0.15)
    Imap Module
    Mb String
    Mcrypt (Version 2.5.6)
    Ming Support
    Magic Quotes
    Mysql Module
    PDFlib (requires licensed, installed version)
    Pear
    Postgresql (Postgres must be installed)
    Sablot XSLT [may cause problems with chili!asp]
    SafeMode
    Sockets
    Track Vars
    Freetype Support
    Versioning
    Zlib

    PHP suEXEC Support
    Rewrite Module
    SSL Module (Version 2.8.15)
    suEXEC Module

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  2. NeutralGold

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    This is my setup. In my opinion this should covor all the basic needs. Some people choose to install php suexec and some don't, there are different opinions about it and I choose not to run it due to the problem's it causes.. Somethings in the config will be a little different, like the downgrade version for php because this is a little older config that i posted a while back.
    [ ] Attach Module (not frontpage compatible)
    [ ] Mysql Auth Module (not frontpage or php compatible
    [*] ~user bandwidth leech protection
    [ ] Dav Module
    [ ] Expires Module
    [*] Raise FD_SETSIZE to 16384 (System Wide)
    [*] Frontpage Module
    [*] Raise HARD_SERVER_LIMIT
    [ ] Perl Module (not required to run .cgi scripts/not
    Php Module --->
    [*] Php Module
    ( ) Downgrade to version 4.2.2
    ( ) Downgrade to version 4.2.3
    ( ) Downgrade to version 4.3.1
    (*) Bc Math
    (*) Calendar Support
    (*) Curl
    (*) Curl SSL Support
    (*) Flash
    (*) FTP
    (*) GD
    (*) Imap Module
    ( ) Mb String
    (*) Mcrypt
    ( ) Ming Support
    ( ) Magic Quotes
    (*) Mysql Module
    ( ) PDFlib (requires licensed, installed version)
    (*) Pear
    ( ) Postgresql (Postgres must be installed)
    ( ) Sablot XSLT [may cause problems with chili!as
    ( ) SafeMode
    (*) Sockets
    (*) Track Vars
    (*) Freetype Support
    (*) Versioning
    (*) Zlib
    [ ] PHP suEXEC Support (not yet compatible with 4.3.2)
    [*] Rewrite Module
    [ ] Roaming Module (for netscape 4.5+)
    [*] SSL Module
    [*] suEXEC Module

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  3. Miso

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    Hey NeutralGold...

    Thanks for taking the time to post that!!!
    I really appreciate it!

    Have a good day!

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  4. Miso

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    Any other comments concerning this...

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