INSTALLING Zend Optimizer

Discussion in 'DirectAdmin HOWTOs and Tutorials' started by VibrantStream.com, Aug 3, 2007.

  1. VibrantStream.com

    VibrantStream.com New Member

    To install Zend Optimizer:
    1. Login to your server via SSH
    2. Run: /scripts/installzendopt
    3. Follow the instructions on the screen to install Zend Optimizer
     
  2. BAlGaInTl

    BAlGaInTl New Member

    The following will install/update Zend for DA

    Code:
     cd /usr/local/directadmin/customapache
    ./build clean
    ./build update
    ./build zend
     
  3. ppc

    ppc Moderator

    Thread edited. Please refer to BAIGAINTL's tutorial. VibrantStream.com tutorial was meant for Cpanel.
     
  4. BAlGaInTl

    BAlGaInTl New Member

    Also... having found out the hard way...

    If you have Installatron on your VPS, it is incompatible with Zend 3.3.0. The Installatron links will not show up properly in your control panel with both installed. You will need to stick to version 3.2.8 which works fine.

    I believe that 3.2.8 is still the default version for DA and customapache.

    To revert, you can follow the directions above for installing Zend. This should revert you back to 3.2.8

    More information here:

    http://installatron.com/troubleshooting#missinglinks

    Afterwords, you will have to do an Installatron repair. To repair Installatron, you can do thw following:

    Code:
    curl -O http://data1.liquenox.com/installatron/repair
    /usr/local/bin/php -n -q repair -f
     
  5. SaCron

    SaCron New Member

    If your having any problems with Zend, try this.
    Its a possible fix.
    It simply Cleans and Updates Zend to the newest version available.

    cd /usr/local/directadmin/customapache
    ./build clean
    ./build update
    ./build zend
     
  6. chrisd

    chrisd New Member

    FYI I did not need to manually install Zend Optimizer on my new KnownHost VPS account. It came with PHP 4.4.9 with Zend enabled.

    However, when I upgraded to PHP5 using DirectAdmin's custombuild tool, I did need to specifically enable Zend in the options.conf file. It was disabled by default. Instructions for using custombuild to upgrade to PHP5 are here:

    [http] forums.knownhost.com/showpost.php?p=13181

    [Because I'm a new user, the forum helpfully won't allow me to post clickable links. You will need to copy and paste the link above.]
     

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