Chris St Denis wrote:
Best to just use the ports. They take care of all of the dependencies
for you and have extra patches to make them work optimally for FreeBSD.
I am going to make 2 Webserver at my work going to handle 50 mil hits per
month... They are using Linux already. But being a FreeBSD fan, I have
proposed FreeBSD to my Boss convincing him that FreeBSD is more Fast and
Secure solution for his needs... And now I want to show the results...
Dell PowerEdge 2950 III having 2 x CPU 3,0 GHz Intel Xeon L5450 Quad-Core
2x6MB cache WITH 16 GB RAM.
1. FreeBSD 7 Production Release
2. Apache 2.2.9
3. MySQL 5.1.26
4. PHP 5.2.6
My question is, "*To get the speed, performance and security*":
Should I use Ports or Packages to install all these tools One by One?
Should I use TAR files and compile them manually. For example giving
line arguments and commands like
./configure --prefix=/www --enable-module=so
./configure --with-mysql --with-apxs=/www/bin/apxs
I have googled but still haven't reached to solution...personally I would
prefer comiling them with command line arguments
but then I seek some help from you guys i.e.
How should I write this ./configure......stuff in FreeBSD and what
the best options combination, I must choose to get the speed,
security in Apache, MySQL and PHP?
Any suggestion is very welcomed!
Why ./configure by hand when the port's makefile will do it for you?
Also, using ports makes it much easier to update systems with portupdate later
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