Apache mod_deflate & MySQL INNODB

Discussion in 'Linux VPS/Dedicated - cPanel' started by Dewed, Nov 8, 2009.

  1. Dewed

    Dewed New Member

    I'm an old school linux admin and would typically edit the my.cnf and httpd.conf files directly to set things like INNODB buffer size and mod_deflate compression levels.

    Should I be using WHM to do these? and if so where ? Whats the preferred method?
     
  2. Dan

    Dan Moderator

    Hello Dewed nice to meet you :)

    To my knowledge there is no interface in WHM for the my.cnf file so editing that file directly is the only way to do it. But if cPanel updates mysql you may very well need to edit the file again so keep an eye on that.

    For the httpd.conf though there is an interface although it is a bit limited. In WHM if you go to Service Configuration | Apache Global Configuration there are a few options that you can change. There is also Service Configuration | Include Editor and this is where I think you will want to put your edits into the Pre Main Include. You can of course edit the httpd.conf directly but, again, cPanel updates will overwrite it whereas they will not overwrite the include files so hopefully that will work for you.
     
  3. Dewed

    Dewed New Member

    I see now that cpanel offer a Gzip compression option. Any hints on where I can change the compression level for a host domain? or even server wide ?

    I ask because eneabling it on the busiest site, loads were noticeably higher until I disabled it 24 hours later.
     

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