In Drupal, we can use a progress bar when uploading an image or file. But that needs a PHP PECL extension called uploadprogress. The following steps work for Ubuntu Precise (Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS).
1. Install the php5-dev package.
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After so many days we have talked about setting up Nginx, PHP-FPM, MariaDB and some PHP caching. We can now try to run a Drupal instance on them. Before we starts, let me listed out all the previous posts.
It’s time to start the Drupal installation.
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Memcached is a distributed memory caching system and it caches data and objects in RAM to reduce the number of times an external data source (such as a database or API) must be read.
Like APC, the installation is simple.
1. Install Memcached.
- apt-get install memcached
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APC stands for Alternative PHP Cache is a opcode which also known as machine code. The opcode is cached such that every time a request is sent to server, the same opcode is used until it detects a change in the PHP file.
Installation is easy and straight forward.
1. Install using apt-get.
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Update @ 2013-05-09: I am not very sure if this could really enable the Nginx Microcaching as i couldn’t find the HIT value in the HTTP response. Please feel free to comment and let us know if you got the solution. Thanks. =D
Enable Microcaching in Nginx could help making your website run much faster. Base on the setting we did in Nginx + PHP-FPM on Ubuntu Precise. Let’s edit the VirtualHost configuration file to enable Microcaching.
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Most of the time we would like to run PHP on our web server. After you have installed Nginx following the post above. We can now enable PHP.
1. Install the PHP packages.
apt-get install php5-fpm
apt-get install php5-cli
apt-get install php5-gd
apt-get install php-pear
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