Commercial version and php5/mysql 4

Discussion in 'Install/Configuration' started by k141, Jan 20, 2007.

  1. k141

    k141 New Member


    I sent the question to "sales" but no reply.. here is the question:

    I'm currently using litespeed in test and it looks good (memory usage dropped from 1GB to 456MB from apache, number of processes from 140 apache processes to 20 lsphp processes, load avg from 10 to 2 and the response time is 4 times faster lol..). The question I have, is that I had to rebuild php to use the version 5 of php and version 4 of mysql to use with litespeed. Do I have to do that with the commercial version too? Is it possible to do?

    Also, the current usage on the non-commercial version shows this:

    Plain used: 42
    Plain Avail: 258

    It looks like a snapshot of the current usage. How do I know what was the maximum number of connections used during the day?


  2. mistwang

    mistwang LiteSpeed Staff

    Forum is the place where to ask this kind generic question. :)

    Our release package comes with php 4.4.x binary, you need to build your own php binary if you want to use php5 or mysql 4.1+, or need an extra module. You only need to do it once, no need to do it again if you upgrade to our Enterprise edition.

    To find out the max number of connections used, you need to check it during the peak hour of your site. Or, you can use a script to monitor /tmp/lshttpd/.rtreport.
  3. ts77

    ts77 Well-Known Member

    or use the provided cacti templates / monitoring.

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