eaccelerator and mod_hostinglimits
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  1. Guillermo Calvo
  2. Tuesday, 21 December 2010
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Today I installed Cloudlinux in our test server, before it was running apache 2.Event + FastCgi and eaccelerator, and everything was working fine, after cloudlinux installation eaccelerator stops working, I can see the module loaded in php but nothing is getting cached and logs don\'t show any error

Is there any problem with mod_hostinglimits and eaccelerator?
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  1. 21.12.2010 16:12:24
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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We have people running mod_hostinglimits + eaccelerator, maybe due to our installation, EasyApache re-generated apache configs, and that removes some eaccelerator settings/configurations? This is most likely cause of the issue, that some custom made config settings were removed (possibly because apache distiller wasn\'t executed after they were added)

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  1. 22.12.2010 13:12:12
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Guillermo Calvo Accepted Answer
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Thanks Igor

It works only if I load eaccelerator as zend module but doesn\'t work when eaccelerator is loaded as php module

This is NOT related with Cloudlinux, I have seeing the same problem in another cpanel server (running standard Centos)

Thank You
  1. 22.12.2010 13:12:12
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Did you get it resolved?
I am not 100% sure why converting to CL caused it.
Did we inadvertently switched how eaccelerator loads up?

Have a great holiday!
  1. 22.12.2010 15:12:48
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Guillermo Calvo Accepted Answer
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Is working and CL has nothing to do with this

I guess easyapache changed our previous settings

Happy holidays for you too !
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