I have a PHP 5.5.13 which is compiled from source. With GD support. I saw some image thumb is not shown in the webpage of Joomla. The error log has following errors: Call to undefined function: imagecreatefromjpeg() When I check the phpinfo, I saw GIF enabled, PNG enabled, WBMP enabled, XBM enabled, but jpeg is
It is a guide of how to install multiple version of PHP on CentOS 6.5 64bit. All different PHP as fastcgi. It is works on Apache, one web server, each virtualhost has its own different php version support. 0) Prepare the testing environment Disable SELinux and stop iptables. It is for testing environment. For production
I installed PHP5.3.3 and PHP5.4.28 at the same time in one VirtualBox guest OS. Basic information. Host OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit VirtualBox 4.3.12 Guest OS: CentOS 6.5 64bit with 512MB base memory PHP5.3.3 is installed as mod_php PHP5.5.12 is installed as php-fpm with mod_fastcgi Run PHP BENCHMARK SCRIPT to get the total time.
Zend Opcache is an open source component of Zend Server and Zend Server Community Edition. Zend Opcache speeds up PHP execution by opcode caching and optimization. It stores precompiled script bytecode in shared memory. This eliminates the stages of reading code from the disk and compiling it on future access. For further performance improvements, the
I use the new PHP with Opcache v7.0.3. I want to see how it works, just like xcache. Xcache has its official administrator page. OPcache does not have one. So I googled some and installed three control panels. 1. OCP – Opcache Control Panel
I have a test before to compare the performance of PHP 5.5 and PHP 5.3. The result is PHP 5.5 is 20% faster. Now, I replaced PHP 5.3.3 by PHP 5.5.3 at this server, which my blog is on. The php -v information shown as below:
It is a test on a virtual box Centos 6.4 installation. One forum, powered by phpBB 3.0.11. I would like to know the time to generate the page. The time I got is through Firebug on Firefox. On Firefox 23.0.1, Firebug 1.12.0, Net Panel > All The waiting time 476ms is the time waiting for
It is a general test on a Centos 6.4 system. The benchmark script is made by http://www.php-benchmark-script.com/. The first time I run it on the updated default Centos6.4. The php version is 5.3.3. I think it has Xcache installed. The test result is Total time: 8.482 sec. Breakdown as below: test_math 2.332 sec. test_stringmanipulation :