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From Carlos Gonzalez Galera <>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: [MASSMAIL]Re: [users@httpd] Enhancing apache server for LMS environments
Date Tue, 19 Jan 2016 16:23:14 GMT
First than all, thanks for the quick answer. I am looking for improvements in both sides: the
moodle itself and the web server.I will check your recomendations. Thanks again.

----- Mensaje original -----
De: "Tobias Adolph" <>
Enviados: Martes, 19 de Enero 2016 10:23:46
Asunto: [MASSMAIL]Re: [users@httpd] Enhancing apache server for LMS environments

Hi Carlos,

Am 19.01.2016 um 15:50 schrieb Carlos Gonzalez Galera:
> What i really need to know  if exists some recommended configuration to the apache server
for this specific environment(LMS systems): recommended modules, changes on the default configuration
and so on, in order to improve the performance. I am using apache 2.2 in a context of 10.000
users with 30-45 concurrent users. Any help is welcome.
> Thanks.
this answer will be - as Eric Covener pointed out - kind of generic.

Since Moodle is PHP-based the most important question IMHO is how you 
connect Apache with PHP. In 2.2 there are two possibilities AFAIK 
mod_php and mod_fcgid. Since mod_php is not multi-client capable (it 
runs under the ID of the apache) and separation of instances should be 
an issue for you (there are some sensible data in LMS, such as marks 
etc.) mod_fcgid is most probably your best choice.

If it is an option for you to upgrade to Apache  2.4 you could also use 

But since your question is specific to a web-application, maybe you'll 
get a better answer asking the moodle community: (My search query with the keyword "Apache" 
had 19985 results, "Apache" and "2.2" still got 2305 results).

Hope this helps.


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