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28 Responses

  1. Ahmad Almalki says:

    Sorry I am a little confused, So if I am using PHP 7.2 and mpm prefork and I want to change my mpm to event, my project will still working or I must use php-fpm first ?

    I have apache 2.4.18 and Ubuntu 16 ..

  2. helwi ahmad says:

    Hi, after implement this tutorial to my centos 7 server. i check with httpd -V is show event mod. but on test.php is still show version api apache 2 handler. what its normal? when I don’t know how to solve this? thanks in advanced

  3. Pankaj says:


    I have done same configuration on centos 7, but when i try to run (localhost/checkiffileexists.php) on browser it gives me error for event module.

    Do we need to any changes in apache to run php files using php-fpm?

  4. jose luis mantilla says:

    I have done the same steps and my results are different, in my case, event is better without php-fpm and and prefork has so much request in apache 2.4.28 on Fedora 26 — it seems a little crazy.

  5. phalacee says:

    This is a TERRIBLE guide.

    You don’t need to compile from Source unless you need to do something differently to the package maintainer!

    And having your server drop a connection and force a user to refresh? WTF are you on!?

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