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Old 21st October 2006, 03:25
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Hi,
Habe hier nach einen debian upgrade und installation von zend optimizer (aktuelle) 2 Versionen von PHP am laufen.
Als root in phpmyadmin PHP Version 5.1.6 - wenn ich eine info.php in einem Web ablege zeigt diese mir an PHP Version 4.3.10-16 und --without-mysql.
Das Web hat trotzdem mysql Unterstützung.

Ist das alles nun total vermurkst ... oder kann das so bleiben ... also in Bezug auf Sicherheit und Stabilität? Welches PHP ist überhaupt relevant - das von ISPconfig oder das des Debian System?

Sorry habe 3 Jahre nur auf Suse geabeitet mit Confixx, habe nun auf einem Server Debian 3.1 mit ISPconfig installiert ... und habe bei den Updates nicht daran gedacht das ISPconfig über einen eigenen Webserver läuft.
Sollte ich das System noch einmal neu aufsetzen?
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Old 21st October 2006, 12:02
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The ISPConfig PHP that you see in webalizer is completely independant from your debian PHP. So everything is fine.

Relevant for your websites is only the debian PHP, the ISPConfig PHP is only for the controlpanle interface.
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Old 21st October 2006, 13:16
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The ISPConfig PHP that you see in webalizer is completely independant from your debian PHP. So everything is fine.

Relevant for your websites is only the debian PHP, the ISPConfig PHP is only for the controlpanle interface.
thanks till,

thats good to know ...
did i have to include ioncube or new zend optimizre in both php.ini (in apche2 and in ispconfig php.ini)

Finaly i have one more question:
how do i set the apache directives correctly in admin?
(i would like to use it as template for all webs)
e.g. (without Directory?)

Options -Indexes +FollowSymLinks +Includes
php_admin_flag safe_mode Off

or:
<Directory "/var/www/##user##/web">
Options -Indexes +FollowSymLinks +Includes
php_admin_flag safe_mode Off
</Directory>

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O.K. the mod_rewrite and directives are working like:
<Directory '/var/www/web4/web/'>
AllowOverride Options FileInfo
</Directory>

but is it possible to use it like following in the templates: (*)
O.K. the mod_rewrite and directives are working like:
<Directory '/var/www/*/web/'>
AllowOverride Options FileInfo
</Directory>

also i try to include ionCube in php.ini for all webs but in info.php the ionCube loaders are only displayed the zend optimizer.
is there a way to include the ioncube loaders for all webs?

best regards
Ralph
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Old 21st October 2006, 15:22
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but is it possible to use it like following in the templates: (*)
O.K. the mod_rewrite and directives are working like:
<Directory '/var/www/*/web/'>
AllowOverride Options FileInfo
</Directory>
Why do you want to put this in the templates? Just modify the AllowOverride setting for the websites at the end of your apache.conf or apache2.conf file. It is right before the Vhost_ispconfig.conf include.
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Why do you want to put this in the templates? Just modify the AllowOverride setting for the websites at the end of your apache.conf or apache2.conf file. It is right before the Vhost_ispconfig.conf include.
thanks till,

you are right

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