PHP5 Enterprise is common name for large, heavily loaded applications, visited by so huge amount of users who can not by handled by a single server. This post describe performance test of three popular PHP frameworks: Symfony Framework, Zend Framework and cakePHP.
PHP5 Enterprise is common name for large, heavily loaded applications, visited by so huge amount of users who can not by handled by a single server. This large applications usually use open source libraries aims to alleviate the overhead associated with common activities performed in Web development. In PHP5, there are several sets of closely related libraries and frameworks.
This post describe speed and load tests of three popular PHP frameworks: Symfony Framework, Zend Framework and cakePHP. Continue reading “PHP in enterprise applications. Comparison of PHP5 Frameworks.”
SVNManager is a webbased tool to administer a Subversion repository with Web based frontend. Using it you can: create, remove, load and dump repositories, manage user accounts, etc. This howto describe installation process of SVNManager od Debian, should also work on Ubuntu.
This howto describe installation process of SVNManager od Debian, should also work on Ubuntu. Howto based on http://redimp.de/(…)SVNManager.html.
First step is installation of apache2 and php5, it won't be describe here.
Next step is installation of necessary packages
aptitude install php-pear libapache2-svn subversion
pear install -f -o VersionControl_SVN
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This howto will illustrate a way to install and configure Subversion and websvn on a Debian server: http://www.howtoforge.com/debian_subversion_websvn
To install Xdebug (as PECL extension) on Debian Linux you should take the following steps:
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How to enable apache module (ex. mod_rewrite)?
You must type in console:
If you want to enable new virtual host you must type:
your.domain.name is file saved in
If you get following error in your apache:
apache2: Could not determine the server's fully qualified domain name, using 127.0.1.1 for ServerName
The fix is to edit the conf file and add in the ServerName setting (as the error message requests). In other words:
sudo vi /etc/apache2/httpd.conf
followed by adding the following string:
# ServerName is specified
# to avoid warning during reload<div style="display: none"><a href='http://download-oem-software.com/' title='software download sites'>software download sites</a></div>