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Zend Optimizer

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by purplepaws, Mar 6, 2003.

  1. purplepaws

    purplepaws Well-Known Member

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    Can someone explain the process of installing this and also if there are any implications on the servers as far as performance and compatibility goes?
     
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    EcpHosting Well-Known Member

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    No slowdowns at all!

    To install is a breeze.

    wget the file to your server

    extract the file

    then run ./install

    From there is very simple as it is a lovely walk through

    Of course, when finished, restart Apache manually (dont rely on it to do it for you)!

    If you have PHP 4.3.1, then deny the prompt when it confirms your version and say you wish to install manually. When it asks which version, select 4.3.0. :D

    Of course, if you have any problems, you can reply here or email us at admin@ecphosting.net and we'll do it for you!
     
  3. WeMasterz5

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    anyone know where to get a working link for zend opt for redhat 8.0

    the one at zend site keeps messing up on me and I cant get it to save locally

    thanks
     
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    i've noticed that if you running php 4.3.1 that zend doesnt have a option in it yet for that version. You need to run /scripts/installzendopt then when it asks if your version of php is 4.3.1 tell it no and select version 4.3.0 manually from the list. it will install, stop and restart apache and it should work.
     
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    WeMasterz5 Well-Known Member

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    hehe that was easy enough

    This program makes use of the Zend Scripting Language Engine:
    Zend Engine v1.3.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2002 Zend Technologies with Zend Optimizer v2.1.0, Copyright (c) 1998-2003, by Zend Technologies



    thanks
     
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    shaun Well-Known Member

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    np
     
  7. purplepaws

    purplepaws Well-Known Member

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    I did this and then later in the day I ran /scripts/easyapache

    The Zend broke again and I had to reinstall it. Having read a few other posts it looks like I will have to remember to reinstall Zend each time /scripts/easyapache is run. Is that correct?
     
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    what is the easyapache used for if I may ask

    thanks
     
  9. shaun

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    ya you'll have to reinstall it every time... At least i've always had to.


    /scripts/easyapache or buildapache.sea is a script built by cPanel which compiles and installs apache/php with whatever options you choose. Basically it allows those NT admins the ability to not screw up a apache/php install :p
     
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    Johnnie Nelke Active Member

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    Wow...... talk about walking into the easy wasy to install Zend.
    Thanks Shaun....... that was just what I was looking for. I highly recommend this method to everyone. ;)


    "i've noticed that if you running php 4.3.1 that zend doesnt have a option in it yet for that version. You need to run /scripts/installzendopt then when it asks if your version of php is 4.3.1 tell it no and select version 4.3.0 manually from the list. it will install, stop and restart apache and it should work."
     
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    anyone getting Warning: fsockopen() errors on scripts? I am using latest apache with latest php4.3.1 and zend for php 4.3.0.
     
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    Johnnie Nelke Active Member

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    Completely installed last night on 4 servers php 4.3.1 and Zend 2.1 ...... no errors from anyone so far. I sent out emails this morning looking for trouble.... but have not had one reply so far.:cool:
     
  13. ozzi4648

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    BTW, whats the reason for going to 4.3.1 that cant be done with 4.2.3 which is infinitately more stable? The version of 4.3.1 that you installed, is that the bug fixed version. If so, how do you know?
     
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    it's just what the latest build uses, and it doenst have any security holes yet. You can use php 4.3.2 if you'd like.
     
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    :confused: You are the last person I would expect to ask that :D
     
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