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By Adrian Ling

Practical Apache, PHP-FPM & Nginx opposite Proxy

This is the third publication within the sensible advisor sequence for Linux method directors. it is going to assist you comprehend what's Apache Handler, what's Hypertext Preprocessor SAPI - e.g. DSO, mod_suPHP, mod_fastcgi, and so on and the way most of these items healthy jointly.

This booklet also will make it easier to secure and hardened the Apache webserver and PHP-FPM. The default setup in Apache and Hypertext Preprocessor are lovely lax in defense. A web-user on a non-secured server can simply view the method password dossier (/etc/passwd) in addition to view one other user's private/system records via writing simply three traces of code. This booklet will express you precisely how one can accomplish this on a non-secured server!

This publication also will hide how you can setup Nginx opposite Proxy to the Apache webserver to spice up web site functionality. listed below are the desk of contents during this functional advisor to Apache, PHP-FPM and Nginx opposite Proxy:

  • Chapter 1. The 'LAMP' stack
  • Chapter 2. Apache Handlers & Hypertext Preprocessor SAPI
  • Chapter three. Instal & Configure PHP-FPM
  • Chapter four. develop functionality with Opcode Cache
  • Chapter five. Securing Apache
  • Chapter 6. Securing personal home page (php.ini)
  • Chapter 7. functionality Tuning
  • Chapter eight: fitting Nginx server as Reverse-Proxy
  • Summary: e-book Errata & Support

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No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or by any information storage or retrieval system without prior written permission from the copyright owner and the publisher. Acknowledgements I am grateful to God who enabled me to write this book, and to whom I owe my very existence. Special thanks to my beautiful wife and my 2 wonderful kids for supporting me and giving me the time and space to write.

When a browser views a php page, the webserver has to send the request to the PHP engine to interpret/execute the codes and return the results back to the Apache webserver. The webserver then displays the results in ‘html’ to the user (webrowser). This 2-way communication between the webserver and PHP engine is done via the PHP SAPI (Server API) and Apache Handler. We will discuss this in greater detail in the next chapter. Chapter 2. Apache Handlers & PHP SAPI This chapter is important as it provides a solid background to help you understand the Apache Handler and the PHP SAPI (Server API).

E. ServerSignature Off This will remove all information regarding your Apache and PHP software version. 2. Remove un-necessary Modules Apache has a lot of modules - most of them are enabled by default because it is supposed to 'just work out of the box'. A default Apache install on a CentOS server comes preloaded with over 50+ modules to suit a variety of environments. conf WARNING: Do not disable a bunch of modules at one go. If you do, Apache may fail to start because some of the directives in the configuration require certain modules to be loaded.

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