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Old 4th March 2010, 18:18
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The php option depends on traffic that you expect for the site and if the site e.g. uploads or creates images or files on the server.

mod_php:

- fast
- runs not under admin user of the site
- well suited for low and high traffic sites, but not for cms systems like joomla.

suphp:

- not so fast
- script runs under web admin
- secure
- well suited for low traffic sites

fastcgi

- fast
- script runs under web admin
- secure
- well suited for high traffic sites

so basicalley the decision is, if a site is low traffic, use suphp. suphp spawns a new cgi process for every page request, but it does not use resources when no pages are requested. On the opposite fastcgi, the php processes are running permanently even if no page is requested, this is faster and fine for a high traffic site but for a small homepage with 100 pageviews per hour you would waste resources.
I think this should be in some sort of tooltip in the next version of ISPConfig for us noobs
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nice tips, thank you till

we can use APC with fast-cgi ? any tutorial for this ?
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we can use APC with fast-cgi ? any tutorial for this ?
Yes - this tutorial (although it's for Lighttpd) should give you the idea: http://www.howtoforge.com/integratin...pd-debian-etch
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thx

another question :



what means suexec, cgi, ssi ? we must enable them?

I just moved a big forum with a shared hosting to a dedicated server, and the page loading slower than before ....

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suexec: http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/suexec.html#what
SSI (server side scripting language): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Side_Includes
CGI (Common Gateway Interface): http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/howto/cgi.html
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