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Linux + suPHP + eAccelerator = Wont work?

Posted on 2010-11-28
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Anyway straight to the point, from what I have read you cannot have suPHP and eAccelerator installed together because of how eAcclerator process the request and how suPHP issues them are not compatible so I had to run apache as DSO and install fcgid to get eAccelerator to cache php file correctly and that is not a problem.

My problem lies with permissions for example wordpress, when I had the server running suPHP all was working fine but that was do to the fact that suPHP runs everything as the account owner but when I switched to DSO wordpress allways ask me to "chmod this file/folder" or "it can't edit this file because etc..." I have alot of sites on the server and for me to FTP back and fourth and change the persmissons of all these files just to edit them and then change them back is gonna cause me to scissor kick my pc.

Dose anyone have a suggestion as to what I can do to emulate the behavior of suPHP which allows the scripts to run as there owner?
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there are other accelerators which are more stable than eAccelerator.
i suggest to start without accelerator to resolve the problem.
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You could use http://mpm-itk.sesse.net/ - however only few distros are shipping apache with this module(actually I know about gentoo only). Anyway, if You don't mind maintaining/compiling apache by hand it's the solution for You.
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For security point of view, I suggest to use suPHP and find another accelerators which work with suPHP.
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