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Old 5th May 2009, 14:03
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ok, all the smaller sites, running on suPhp have gone over to the new server very smoothly.

Now I have to move a pretty big one, which needs to run on fastcgi and suexec. What is there to configure or set up? who should own which files? Anything to take especial care about?
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What is there to configure or set up?
nothing.

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who should own which files?
The administrator / ftp user of the site as you have done it for suphp.

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Anything to take especial care about?
no.
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The wordpress update module can also connect to the site with ftp, so all of them will work.

But you should use either suphp or fastcgi with suexec.
I read up on why I should use fastcgi on my site and it does make sense. What is the performance difference for enabling suexec? Is enabling it primarily for security? If the only sites on the server are my own, any reason why I still need to enable suexec?

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Old 6th May 2009, 18:58
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As far as I know, suexec does not makes any performance difference, it is a security function and ensures that the scripts are run under the correct user. Without enabling suexec your scripts will not be able to upload any files to the server directories without making them word writable.
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No, there is no accelerator that works for cgi based setups like suphp.
ok, after some testing, I decided to go with eaccelerator again. I jsut noticed that it won't be picked up after editing php.ini and restarting apache...

found this how-to, http://serversupportforum.de/forum/f...f-r-plesk.html and this one http://wiki.dreamhost.com/EAccelerator both suggesting that one switches first to standard cgi mode, kills all fcgi processes then switches back...

isn't there a more elegant method? besides, is that all needed to be done?
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Old 9th May 2009, 12:07
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I guess its the same problem as with suPhp: accelerators seem not to work with fastcgi AND SUEXEC, right?

any other solutions?

the smal sites I am running with suPhp are fine, but there is this rather big one, running on fastcgi with suexec, that needs a littel bit more power...
if accelerators won't work, what else can one tune?

and btw. tuning the apache.conf file and the php.ini, which one does that influence suPhp, mod_php, fastcgi? Some tuning hints for each of these "modes"?
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here is another nice thread, worthwhile reading about these different modes: http://forums.cpanel.net/showthread.php?t=102617

I really think there is a huge speed problem, almost all wordpress sites I am hosting went from 0.2 seconds generation time to close to 0.9 seconds generation time with suPhp and to 0.45 with fastcgi :-(
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my mistake, it works actually, I was just laceing the eaccelerator admin script inside another vhosts, so I wasn't able to see anything :-) placeing it into the fastcgi vhost worked ;-) all is well...
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Hi all,

Is there a way to just proposing fast-cgi and suphp option to our client in ISPC3 and not cgi and mod_php ?

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Sure, just select it in the client limits
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