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Author Topic: Always add a domain after Kloxo-MR install in this release.  (Read 3696 times)

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Offline Tsanten

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Without a domain (even a dummy one) Apache and php-pfm won't start.
This is valid for curent release for next releases of Kloxo-MR (fix confirmed ) this thread will be updated with other steps to follow on a fresh install.
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Re: Always add a domain after Kloxo-MR install
« Reply #1 on: 2013-01-09, 14:34:58 »
I found solution for this issue and will include on next update.

It's not Kloxo-MR bug but behaviour of Apache and php-fpm.

In Apache, need declare 'NameVirtualHost' (in context Kloxo declare inside '/home/conf/defaults/init.conf').

In php-fpm, need declare 1 or more pool. Pool is allocate php-fpm resource for each user.
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Re: Always add a domain after Kloxo-MR install
« Reply #2 on: 2013-01-09, 16:56:26 »
Quote from: "MRatWork"
I found solution for this issue and will include on next update.

It's not Kloxo-MR bug but behaviour of Apache and php-fpm.

In Apache, need declare 'NameVirtualHost' (in context Kloxo declare inside '/home/conf/defaults/init.conf').

In php-fpm, need declare 1 or more pool. Pool is allocate php-fpm resource for each user.

Maybe we can add php-fpm limits per each user so they won't be able to overload the server ?
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