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Binary Tides Blog:
Setup Apache 2.4 and Php FPM with mod proxy fcgi on Ubuntu 13.10
December 02, 2013 @ 13:06:17

On the Binary Tides blog there's a new setup tutorial showing how to get Apache 2.3 and PHP FPM up and running with mod_proxy FCGI on Ubuntu (13.10, more specifically).

With the arrival of mod_proxy_fcgi Apache finally gets the ability to neatly talk to external fastcgi process managers making it more efficient at the task. Delegating php requests to external fpm servers greatly reduces the load on web servers like apache resulting into efficient utilisation of machine resources and faster processing speed for users on the other end. Along with all that, php fpm can run opcode caching engines like apc in a very stable manner.

The rest of the post is divided up into the steps you'll need to get things up and running

  • Setup Apache (including VirtualHost)
  • Setup Php-FPM
  • Test the setup
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Link: http://www.binarytides.com/setup-apache-php-fpm-mod-proxy-fcgi-ubuntu/

VoidWeb.com:
PHP Clustering using Apache httpd mod_proxy
October 22, 2010 @ 09:23:52

New on VoidWeb.com there's a post looking at clustering PHP applications with the help of the mod_proxy component that can be added into the Apache web server.

Often for my clients, I have to prepare the deployment strategy for their LAMP based web applications. Some of them are small to medium businesses and are starting up so a single server setup work out for them. But there are few large web applications too which are growing continuously in terms of users and demands scaling either horizontally or vertically.

They give a brief overview of what vertical and horizontal scaling are as well as a simple layout of a basic PHP-based cluster. They list some of the requirements for this simple cluster and how it should all work (in theory) and start in on how to set it all up (practically). In the end you'll have a light proxy setup that will rotate around between the servers but do it transparently from node to node.

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Brian Nelson's Blog:
Writing A Reverse Proxy in PHP5
July 18, 2007 @ 15:55:00

Brian Nelson submitted a link to a new class he's developed to fill a hole he hand and didn't see anything that would easily fill it - having a reverse proxy in PHP5.

So I have been working on a little class to run a reverse proxy from PHP using cURL. I have extended this class for my own purposes (single-sign-on) to handle some special request parameters, but here it is. It has some warts, but it's a good starting point. I would appreciate any pointers anyone has to offer.

His code uses the cURL functionality to set up a handler to push the requests through. Also included are an htaccess file and a two-line PHP example of how to use it to request a public site.

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