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Published on 2012-07-24T11:26:16Z Indexed on 2012/09/16 9:40 UTC
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Trying to get my head around the way to install
APC cache on PHP 5.3.13. That's a VPS with apache, configured preferably through whm/cpanel (although not only).
I read a bunch of articles where it was suggested to use
FastCGI with APC, as
suPHP doens't do well with opcode caching, and
fcgid_module doesn't do it right for APC either. Noted that fcgid_module is a newer package than FastCGI and that's what whm/cpanel installs for you but ok, that can be solved I guess. Then I'm reading that
php-fpm is a much better alternative to manage the php processes, especially for APC.
Ok. Then I realised that
php-fpm is included in php core since 5.3 and got confused. Does that mean I don't have to use
FastCGI/fcgid_module (and what should I use instead of them - mod_php or cgi?)? Or does that mean that I still need to get the older
FastCGI module, and configure it to use one process per user (or just one process?)? Or would
fcgid_module work as well?
And how bad would it be just to go with mod_php/APC to avoid troubles of installing php-fpm and FastCGI (whm/cpanel doesn't support neither) given than Varnish would serve most of the static content anyway - no php process need to be created for static content.
Any examples of their FastCGI/fcgid_module/php-fpm/APC configurations would be greatly appreciated as well.
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