On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 10:06 AM, Mark Alan <var...@e-healthexpert.org> wrote:
- you need to check that there are php-fpm patches for the specific PHP
version that you intend to use;
- you need to hand recompile PHP to use it,
- you need to hand customize the paths of the recompiled code
- you must comply with the awkward php-fpm license (non free/non OSI?)
the license isn't a big deal and will be changed when it is feature
complete i am told, so it can be compatible with PHP core and
hopefully be merged.
And each time a new security/bug-fix release of PHP is out, you need to
start it all over again.
or you make a simple build script - i roll my own .deb file and
compile it only once, then deploy the .deb on all my servers. works
like a charm :)
We still do prefer the Ubuntu "LESS IS MORE" way of doing things:
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude safe-upgrade
...and it is done!
except it might not have all the extensions you want or options you want.
i use ubuntu repositories for -everything- and over the years have
slimmed down what i compile. nowadays it is only nginx, php-fpm and
ffmpeg for the most part - as ubuntu and other repositories are either
too outdated or not "rich enough" to meet my needs.