One more step to conclude the implementation of mpm_event.
To prevent the snail sucker mpm_prefork from being loaded again upon php software...
It is because you missed a crucial step of deploying mpm_event. Agree? :cool:
I am not a programmer. So I can't explain the reason. When I searched for a solution to make mpm_event to work, I read an article on apache2...
You must also installled and enable these 2 apache2 modules:
mpm_event will be working flawlessly! :cool:
Thank you everybody. :)
I have made mpm_event working flawlessly with roundcube and ISPConfig 3.1.11. It shows that mpm_event can work with php...
Yes, speed is a crucial visitor experience.
I have made mpm_event working finally. It is even more difficult to make the choice now. :oops:
So, is mpm_worker as fast as Nginx? :rolleyes:
I am setting up a new commercial project which is expected to serve, hopefully, 100,000 visitors per day.
As you know, Apache2...
I've found a free ebook about Nginx. It should be useful to Nginx developers. :D
Will it work on the new Ubuntu 18.04 amd64? :)
Is there any plan to support PostgreSQL Server v10 in ISPConfig v3.1? :)
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