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Questions on Apache Built-in Modules

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by vlee, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. vlee

    vlee Well-Known Member

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    I am currently running the following

    WHM 11.30.6 (build 3)
    Apache version 2.2.22
    MySQL version 5.1.56
    PHP version 5.3.10
    Perl version 5.8.8
    SuPHP

    Any of these Apache Built-in Modules below recommended and nice to have for users to use for their websites? Plus are they compatible with what I am running above and will not break cPanel?

    Auth Digest
    AuthnAlias
    AuthnAnon
    AuthnDBD
    AuthnDBM
    AuthnzLDAP
    AuthzDBM
    AuthzOwner
    Bucketeer
    Cache
    CaseFilter
    CaseFilterIn
    Cern Meta
    Charset Lite
    DAVFs
    DAVLock
    DBD

    I making a master compile list for PHP and Apache. So that I will have everything that every user will need to have on all servers. This way I will only need to compile PHP and Apache upgrades as they come out.
     
  2. vlee

    vlee Well-Known Member

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    Here is what I have currently active in my compile via Easy Apache

    Code:
    Apache Built-in Modules
    
    	Asis
    	AuthnDefault
    	Deflate
    	Env
    	Expires
    	Fileprotect
    	Headers
    	Mod SuPHP
    	Proxy
    	UniqueId
    	Version
    	
    Other Modules
    
    	IonCube Loader for PHP
    	Mod Security
    	Suhosin for PHP
    	Zend Optimizer/Guard Loader for PHP
    
    PHP 5.3.10 (Be sure to "harden" your PHP since PHP has many security issues)
    
    	Bcmath
    	CGI
    	Calendar
    	CurlSSL
    	Curlwrappers
    	Exif
    	FTP
    	FileInfo
    	GD
    	Gettext
    	Iconv
    	MM
    	Magic Quotes
    	Mbregex
    	Mbstring
    	Mcrypt
    	Mysql
    	Mysql of the system
    	MySQL "Improved" extension.
    	Openssl
    	PDO
    	PDO MySQL
    	POSIX
    	Path Info Check
    	Pear
    	Phar
    	SOAP
    	SQLite3
    	Sockets
    	TTF (FreeType)
    	Tidy
    	XSL
    	XmlRPC
    	Zip
    	Zlib
    
    
    So if anyone wants to add on this of what they have that is not listed above please post it. I like to hear everyone's feedback for additional items that can be added without causing issues or breaking cPanel or causing errors.
     
  3. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    I'll leave this to others to properly comment on, I would only add that if you don't need something right now, why bother installing it, just in case?
     
  4. vlee

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    I do agree with you there and that is why that my current build is what most of my current customers use and requested over time. I also use the same build for all the servers I have.

    I have have had no other requests for some time now.

    I do welcome all comments though.
     
  5. cPanelMichael

    cPanelMichael Forums Analyst
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    Hello :)

    Personally, I would only enable the Apache modules that are needed. Enabling additional modules that are not required would add to the potential for decreased performance.

    Thank you.
     
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    Sorry about answering on this topic, but, i'm under 11.30.6 (build 6) and i can't have Apache 2.2.22 and PHP 5.3.10 or even Easy Apche, always under 3.7.1...and i'm seeing that "vlee" is already under the latest version since build 3.

    How can i update this stuff ? :confused:
     
  7. cPanelTristan

    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Hello Astral God,

    I've already replied to your other thread on this issue. Please try to place questions in one location without adding the same question to multiple spots.

    Thanks!
     
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