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Optimizing Apache and PHP


There are many ways you can fine-tune your web server environment. This article will help you choose the simplest and most effective knobs and switches to tweak.
Apache is a highly configurable piece of software. It has a lot of features, but each one comes at a price. Tuning Apache is partially an exercise in proper allocation of resources, and involves stripping down the configuration to only what's needed.
Apache is modular in that you can add and remove features easily. Multi-Processing Modules (MPMs) provide this modular functionality at the core of Apache -- managing the network connections and dispatching the requests. MPMs let you use threads or even move Apache to a different operating system.
 read more | mail this link | score:1844 | -Ray, May 28, 2007
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