ISPConfig + Turck MMCache + Hardened-PHP - Any Issues?

Discussion in 'General' started by BobbyQ, Dec 1, 2005.

  1. BobbyQ

    BobbyQ New Member

    First of all a BIG THANKS for the brilliant 'perfect debian-sarge setup' and this great software! Runs smooth on the first try! Great job you're doing here guys!

    As my last Server was hijacked through a open PHP bug in within a dead project that still was accessible through web, I learned a lesson...
    so I thought of this time adding a bit more general security installing the hardened-php patch from here:

    Anyone has this running on his ISPConfig Server already?
    Are there any known issues with this combination?

    Furthermore I always used Turck MM Cache to speed up all the PHP stuff (and PHP-code is what I mainly have running on the different webs...) that is available from here:

    So the same questions here, anyone has this running on his ISPConfig Server already? Are there any known issues?

    Thanks in advance for any info!
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I used Turck MM Cache on my server without any problems, but this project seems to be dead, so I'm using its successor eAccelerator now:
  3. BobbyQ

    BobbyQ New Member

    Oh didn't even notice it has been discontinued, thank you! Will have a look...
  4. IntnsRed

    IntnsRed ISPConfig Developer

    Just curious, since I've never messed around with eAccelerator and was just reading its web page. Are you using this in a production environment? How stable does it seem?
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  5. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    Yes. HowtoForge uses eAccelerator. :)

    Seems to be pretty stable. And reduces the server load a lot! :)
  6. tom

    tom Member

    What'a about using hardened-php whis ISPC?
    Did someome picked up some experiences?

  7. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    What is a hardened PHP?
  8. tom

    tom Member

    "The Hardening-Patch is a patchset that adds security hardening features to PHP to protect your servers on the one hand against a number of well known problems in PHP applications and on the other hand against potential unknown vulnerabilities within those applications or the PHP core itself." Have a look here:

  9. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I have no experience with this so I can't be of much help here... :(

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