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Hello,

Someone help me with this:
I want to make a new vps with cloudlinux 7 and engintron (https://github.com/engintron/engintron)

Engintron suggested some Optimization on centos7, Apache and MySQL/Mariadb:

Centos7: https://engintron.com/docs/#/pages/Beyond-Engintron-Optimizing-CentOS

Apache:
https://engintron.com/docs/#/pages/Beyond-Engintron-Optimizing-Apache

Database:
https://engintron.com/docs/#/pages/Beyond-Engintron-Optimizing-MySQL

And Cloudlinux offer MySQL Governor and many features.

Should I use engintron optimization for centos7, database and apache or they might conflict with cloudlinux?!

Thanks
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  1. 20.02.2021 10:02:15
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Hi,

You can use Engintron with CloudLinux OS, but note NGINX + FPM is not compatible with CloudLinux PHP selector. If you use Nginx as a reverse proxy to Apache + compatible handler (suphp, fastcgi, cgi, mod_lsapi), then PHP selector will work.
  1. 20.02.2021 12:02:10
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Hi,

You can use Engintron with CloudLinux OS, but note NGINX + FPM is not compatible with CloudLinux PHP selector. If you use Nginx as a reverse proxy to Apache + compatible handler (suphp, fastcgi, cgi, mod_lsapi), then PHP selector will work.


Thanks for the tip.

So using the suggested engintron optimizations are ok with cloudlinux?
  1. 20.02.2021 14:02:14
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These optimizations do not seem to be distro-specific, so they should work on any Linux system.
  1. 20.02.2021 18:02:24
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These optimizations do not seem to be distro-specific, so they should work on any Linux system.


Appreciate!
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