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New webserver going up, problems with Zend!

Mathiau asked
Last Modified: 2013-01-02
I have a new webserver i am putting up to use with Kayako and am having one last problem with it....

Centos 6.2 minimal x64
nginx version: nginx/1.0.15
Also using fastcgi.

I am trying to install Zend optimizer / guard (guard has to be used for php 5.3+) and i just can not get it to work....

What i have done: (and i restart nginx ever time, even rebooted the entire box a few times)

1. Install Atomic repo and ran yum install php-zend-guard-loader.x86_64
Nothing in my phpinfo files....

2. Manully download the files, placed the ZendGuardLoader.so under /usr/lib64/php/modules and added to my php.ini file: zend_extension="/usr/lib64/php/modules/ZendGuardLoader.so"

3. Manully download the files, placed them under /usr/lib64/php/zend/ZendGuardLoader.so and created an .ini file with zend_extension=/usr/lib64/php/zend/ZendGuardLoader.so in it under /etc/php.d

and it just wont load....

i now tried to install ioncube instead and according to Kayako it isn't installed either when trying to run set up...

Is it FastCGI messing something up or what else could it be?
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