FreeBSD for webserver?
maanjee at gmail.com
Wed Jul 23 09:06:31 UTC 2008
Really good contribution....
I would of course go with ports but have a question in mind....
What should be installation sequience?
1. Apache 2.2.9
2. MySQL 5.1.26
3. PHP 5.2.6
And are there any options you guys would like to suggest to avoide for
performance or security reasons?
On Tue, Jul 22, 2008 at 10:05 PM, VeeJay <maanjee at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi there
> I am going to make 2 Webserver at my work going to handle 50 mil hits per
> month... They are using Linux already. But being a FreeBSD fan, I have
> proposed FreeBSD to my Boss convincing him that FreeBSD is more Fast and
> Secure solution for his needs... And now I want to show the results...
> Dell PowerEdge 2950 III having 2 x CPU 3,0 GHz Intel Xeon L5450 Quad-Core
> 2x6MB cache WITH 16 GB RAM.
> 1. FreeBSD 7 Production Release
> 2. Apache 2.2.9
> 3. MySQL 5.1.26
> 4. PHP 5.2.6
> My question is, "*To get the speed, performance and security*":
> Should I use Ports or Packages to install all these tools One by One?
> Should I use TAR files and compile them manually. For example giving
> command line arguments and commands like
> ./configure --prefix=/www --enable-module=so
> make install
> cd ../php-xxx
> ./configure --with-mysql --with-apxs=/www/bin/apxs
> make install
> I have googled but still haven't reached to solution...personally I would
> prefer comiling them with command line arguments
> but then I seek some help from you guys i.e.
> How should I write this ./configure......stuff in FreeBSD and what would be
> the best options combination, I must choose to get the speed, performane and
> security in Apache, MySQL and PHP?
> Any suggestion is very welcomed!
> BR / vj
BR / vj
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