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Tag: PHP

Our PHP section covers the many uses and installation of PHP across different OS'. Whether you're troubleshooting a PHP issue or installing a PHP driver, our articles are sure to help!

PHP 7 vs PHP 8: A Comparison

Posted on by Kyle Johnson | Updated:
Category: Other | Tags: Comparison, PHP, PHP8
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The team behind the release of PHP 8 boasts in their announcement of better performance, better syntax, and improved type safety. PHP 8 is faster than PHP 7, the syntax requires less code, and typing is better supported. These three improvement categories provide a powerful major version release of PHP.

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EasyApache 4 installs, configures, updates, and validates your server's Apache, PHP, and other services. EasyApache 4 also supports multiple versions of PHP, allowing you to assign different versions of PHP to each domain. In addition, there are great tools implemented with EasyApache 4 that simplify managing PHP versions.

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How to Upgrade Apache and PHP With cPanel’s EasyApache

Posted on by Ronald Caldwell | Updated:
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If you run a cPanel server, and need to upgrade your Apache or PHP version, cPanel provides the EasyApache tool in Web Host Manager (WHM) to make these updates a breeze. While some generally prefer to run this functionality from the command line, the WHM graphical user interface (GUI) is a simplified method.

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PHP is a programming language that can run with Apache or Microsoft IIS and works with your server to execute your website requests. Each PHP version gets active support for two years when reported bugs and security issues are fixed and shipped in regular point releases. In the third year, users only get critical security updates. Releases during this period are on an as-needed basis.

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LAMP stack stands for Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP - a set of open source software installed on your server to host dynamic websites and applications. Each component of the LAMP stack has a distinct purpose:

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Everyone likes a good control panel to manage their servers. When a control panel is built for maximum security and performance, supports major clouds such as Google Cloud or Azure, and is free, what else can one do but try it. In this tutorial, we will cover the installation and configuration of CloudPanel, which is a free control panel that focuses on PHP applications.

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Introduction

Zabbix is an open-sourced tool used to monitor various IT components such as servers and hardware that they are running, cloud services, whole networks, etc. Zabbix can monitor the network health and integrity of your servers. All monitoring can be done through Zabbix’s web-based frontend. This means that you can quickly check the status of your servers from anywhere! This article describes how to install the Zabbix monitoring tool, create a database, and configure the frontend on Ubuntu 20.04.

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Introduction

In this second tutorial on server load, we outline the steps that should be taken when investigating where server load originates and what may be causing your server to become overloaded. As noted in Part 1 of our series, excessive use of any apps or services can typically cause load issues. Here are the four main areas of concern:

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Introduction

In this two-part series, we outline the steps to take when investigating where server load originates or causing your server to become overloaded. When running a server that hosts multiple websites, high load issues often crop up. To find out how and why this occurs, read on. 

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Slow Website

More and more these days, a high search engine page rank is imperative. The ideal website load time for mobile sites now should be under 3 seconds, and honestly, the faster, the better! The average time it takes to load an entire mobile landing page is approximately 22 seconds, but 53% of visits are abandoned if a mobile site takes longer than 3 seconds to load.

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