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You installed PHP 5.4, but the PHP functions you are trying to use were introduced in PHP 5.5. Use the remi and remi-php55 repositories to update your system to PHP 5.5 (or choose a later version). It should be sufficient to install the appropriate remi-release RPM, enable the remi and remi-php55 repositories, and then yum update.


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There are a number of factors that could be contributing to this: DNS Lookup (how fast the DNS servers respond to your VPS) Network latency from your server out to the internet (how many ms it takes for a request to get through the network stack to the outside world) Distance latency between your VPS and the remote website (how long it takes for your ...


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Newer PHP install is looking for ap_unixd_config, but Apache 2.2 still calls it unixd_config. You can downgrade your PHP or, more preferably, upgrade to Apache 2.4.



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