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how to use zend optimizer on plesk 8.1.0?

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by flin28, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. flin28

    flin28 Guest

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    my web needs the zend optimizer,how can i do ?
     
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    blank_page Regular Pleskian

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    Hello,


    You will have to download from zend.com the specific zend optimizer package.

    Untar that and install it.
    It has a simple interface that can guide you quite easily through the setup.
     
  3. flin28

    flin28 Guest

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    no,i do that,but dont work
     
  4. JDwebsites

    JDwebsites Guest

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    What does zend do?
     
  5. chopperpl

    chopperpl Guest

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    Hi,
    I just built new plesk 8.1 on fc4. All was fine until I installed Zend. I had to disable ioncube loader in order to get php working again, but now Qmail and dr.webb services don't start anymore... Any clue?
    Thx
     
  6. nulleffect

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    I isntalled Zend, now I cannot get ioncube loaders to work, and Zend doesnt work!
     
  7. servertune

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    We configure our clients' Plesk powered servers with ionCube PHP Loader v3.1.22, Suhosin v0.9.18, and Zend Optimizer v3.2.2 without any problem. I guess it depends on how you compile these modules, and the directives inserted in the /etc/php.ini file.
     
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    blank_page Regular Pleskian

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    Hi

    check the order of the inclusion
    Ioncube first and then teh otimizer.
     
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