apache Archive

ab – Apache Bench, understanding and getting tangible results.

Apache Bench (AB) is a very powerful tool when used right. I use it as a guideline for how to set up my apache2/httpd.conf files. All too often I see people boasting that they can get an outrageous number of RPS in AB (the Apace Bench tool). "OMG, I totally get 3,000...
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Tuning apache directory indexes

Are you a fan of Options +Indexes like I am?There's a few tweaks you can apply to this feature to make it behave more like you want.Throw a gander at the IndexOptions directive documentation for fine-details.You can place these in a site configuration, or if allowed, in a .htaccess file.Notable...
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Running parallel versions of PHP – Part 2

The hard part is over, now for the easier stuff - for this part you'll need:CoffeePatienceNow we compile and install:[crayon-5c102bef9da6a811339183/]Now if all goes well - the prefix you used in your configure (--prefix=/whatever)will have the following directories in it:[crayon-5c102bef9da70669029262/]The file we care about the most is located in the bin/...
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Running parallel versions of PHP – Part 1

With RC2 of the php5.3 release coming out, I wanted to run the new version alongside the stable version on our development server at M State. I wanted to be able to control this behavior via .htaccess files to control particular projects.What you'll need:Reasonable compiling experienceAbility to satisfy dependenciesUnderstanding and...
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