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Old 15th May 2010, 21:00
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Default Best LAMP How-To for Debian 5.0

I just got a new dedicated box and want to setup a nice configuration this time. I was wondering what everyone's favorite How-To was for setting up their servers?

This is just going to be a normal LAMP box with ISPConfig3 on there. It doesn't have to be Apache and the method of installing PHP is up in the air at this time as well. I have used both modPHP and phpfcgi and I think I like the modPHP better right now. Although I could have just not configured the phpfcgi properly but it seemed to eat up way more resources on my current box.

I have heard about kill scripts that kill off processes that run for a long time. Maybe that is what the fcgi version of PHP needs to make it not eat up so much memory.
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