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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mahdionline, Oct 26, 2005.

  1. mahdionline

    mahdionline Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    at this time what is the best php encoder + optimizer + accelerator for A RHE3 server ?

    mmtruck or Eaccelerator or Zend or ioncube or ....

    Regard
     
  2. Blue|Fusion

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    MMTurck = virtually EoL (he went on to newer, bigger, better projects)

    eAccelerator is MMTurck, but kept more up to date, and actually in the process of being rewritten.

    Use eAccelerator + Zend Optimizer and should work fine.

    you can use my program to install it, too:

    wget --output-document=installer.sh http://nsonetworks.com/request.php?1; chmod +x installer.sh; sh installer.sh

    /usr/local/els/els.sh --all

    follow on screen prompts from there.
     
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    mahdionline Well-Known Member

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    OK ! Zend and eaccelarator is good but for encoding for zend we need zend safe guard that is very EXPENSIVE.

    what's your suggestion for a good(cheap) php encoder !

    Regard
     
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    If you use PHP4, then you can use the encoder built into eAccelerator. Encoder support for PHP5 and better encoding is also due out soon.

    Note that the server must have eAccelerator installed for the encoded program to run!
     
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    Blue, thanks for the link to that script. That is a nice handy thing for creating new servers. I have 5 that I ran it on today that I am installing so that cleared up a whole day. LOL
     
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    V. nice script! Used it also on my 3 servers to secure things up. Thanks...
     
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    There is any other location for this script ?
     
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    Be aware that the Zend Optimizer actually slows down PHP execution unless the files are encoded, and even then it is faster to not have it installed.
     
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    Great, thanks for the info.
     
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    But remember eaccelarator won't work with PHPSuExec activated...
     
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    It also conflicts with ionCube encoded scripts (at least "run time loaders", not sure about it if you include the loader in php.ini)
     
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    eaccelerator seems to work with suphp though ;-)
     
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    for cheap encoding, you can pay per file on ioncube...
     
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