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comment What does apc.mmap_file_mask really do?
Oh, thank you, this is really interesting! :) However, my main purpose is still unfullfilled: avoiding other users in a shared environment access other user's data :| Thank you though! :)
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comment What does apc.mmap_file_mask really do?
Okay, after having tested it for a while I can say: nothing happens. No files are created anywhere, and everything seems to be allocated just into the ram.
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Jul
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comment What does apc.mmap_file_mask really do?
There is no file created in /dev/shm, and no files are present in /tmp like it should be according to my configuration. So, the problem remains... but the link you provided (at nigeldunn.com) looks to be really interesting since my configuration seems to be screwed up as well (apc.php says "100% fragmentation"), so I'm gonna fix it with his advices (so, thanks about it! :) ). I'll try some experimentations about mmapping files, and let you know what happens! :P
Jul
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comment anyone doing php-fpm and APC? cache files missing in /tmp
I am already running each pool with his own user, and it is not a bug since the APC module is loaded at php-fpm startup: then, when the process forks, it is using the same shared memory for all the processes. Now, even if I do understand this behaviour, I don't understand why using different files doesn't mean using different memory locations :S In my case, I am using php 5.3.14-1, and the "bug" is still present... so I think somebody else should explain us what does apc.mmap_file_mask really do (as in my question: serverfault.com/questions/403135/…)
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answered PHP-FPM, chroot, Ubuntu Precise 12.04, and no access to DNS
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comment anyone doing php-fpm and APC? cache files missing in /tmp
It is weird however. I was hoping that setting different paths for different pools would allow me to secure each user in his own memory region... but it seems it doesn't works that way. I think I'll try to hack it ;)
Jun
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answered Secure PHP environments with PHP-FPM and SFTP
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answered anyone doing php-fpm and APC? cache files missing in /tmp
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29
comment Does IP fail-over help me?
@Marcus_33, well, that's what this website is for... and without experience with OVH, since the name is "weird", nobody could tell otherwise :-P
Jun
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comment Does IP fail-over help me?
@DedaSpale Yes... I had your exact doubts when I did buy the failovers, and that's why I asked OVH support (that is not that fast btw) "why are they called failover if they don't... automatically failover?". The answer was that you must take care of failovers, they just give you the IP. This is how OVH works btw: they offer you the infrastructure, you must add your own software, because they really don't care about it. The infrastructure works, so wondering why the software doesn't it's up to you. Anyway, I'm glad to have helped you solve your problem ;-)
Jun
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comment Does IP fail-over help me?
Probably it is just about how OVH is naming the IP failovers, however, you need to configure the virtual IPs on the machine using virtual network cards, and then you can "connect" the IP to a machine or another one (as far as I know, you can't connect the IP to two machines for a load balance for example, which is another different service they offer). This is pretty much what OVH allows you to do with IP failovers. Then, using the OVH APIs, you can switch them using heartbeat or some other daemons, allowing your services to become highly available and not letting a server down unplug you.
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comment Does IP fail-over help me?
No problem! ;-)
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comment Does IP fail-over help me?
Yes: in your link, under "Install", they show you the installation, that points to help.ovh.co.uk/IpAlias :)
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answered Does IP fail-over help me?