There can be several issues when installing APC on a CentOS based operating system with PHP 5.3.2. These include a duplicate ‘static’ error in the zif_apc_compile_file function and some apc_regex errors. This post outlines how to resolve these issues. The complete solution is at the bottom of the post.
In order to use handy HTTP extension in your PHP code you need to use install it first, as it doesn’t come with PHP core installation.
When trying to install the PECL timezonedb module onto one of my webservers the other day, I discovered that the PECL library was not installed. (PECL is a repository for PHP extensions). I did a Google search for how to install PECL but couldn’t find anything to help. In the end I managed to work …
When installing the extension using the PECL tool, the following error occurs:# pecl install channel://pecl.php.net/xhprof-0.9.1downloading xhprof-0.9.1.tgz …Starting to download xhprof-0.9.1.tgz (925,239 bytes)……………..done: 925,239 bytes11 source files, buildingrunning: phpizeCannot find config.m4.Make sure that you run ‘/usr/local/bin/phpize’ in the top level source directory of the moduleERROR: `phpize’ failed
Your latest PHP/MySQL website is finally online. And it’s awesome. But it’s not as fast as you want it to be, because of the many SQL queries running every time a page is generated. And above that, you have the feeling it will not scale well under heavy loads. And you are most likely right.