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Install Nginx + Php FPM + APC on CentOS 6.4
November 11, 2013 @ 10:10:50

On the BinaryTides site a new tutorial has been posted walking you through all the steps to getting Nginx, PHP FPM and APC working on a CentOS installation, complete with all commands and configuration updates you'll need.

A lamp server runs Nginx web server along with Php and Mysql or MariaDB on a Linux system. Nginx is increasing becoming popular because of its lightweight structure and ability to handle large amounts of traffic in an optimum manner. Mariadb is the replacement for mysql because mysql is not very free anymore. In this tutorial we shall be setting up Nginx with Php FPM on CentOS. The instructions to instal MariaDB shall be covered in another post.

The rest of the post helps you:

  • Install and configure Nginx
  • Create a virtual host
  • Install PHP and FPM (and set up Nginx to use it)
  • Install APC (the "Alternative PHP Cache")
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Link: http://www.binarytides.com/install-nginx-php-fpm-centos/

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