As you know, when you installed your Apache service to your Centos/Redhat server manually (make & make install but not yum) and could like to run the service automatically, you should copy the apachectl from the Apache bin folder to /etc/init.d/ folder as named httpd.
Then you might want to set the chkconfig and facing the error as below,
service httpd does not support chkconfig
To fix this issue, you may simply add the following line to your file at /etc/init.d/httpd.
# Startup script for the Apache Web Server
# chkconfig: - 85 15
# description: Apache is a World Wide Web server. It is used to serve
# HTML files and CGI.
# processname: httpd
# pidfile: /usr/local/apache/logs/httpd.pid
# config: /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf
Then you may chkconfig again,
chkconfig --level 235 httpd on
And now restart your httpd service.
If you read my earlier article here, you should know IIS got PHP Manager and it is now come with Stable version 1.0.
We should thank to RuslanY, who designed the IIS PHP Manager.
PHP Manager 1.0 can be used to:
- Register PHP with IIS;
- Validate and properly configure existing PHP installations;
- Run multiple PHP versions side by side on the same server and even within the same web site;
- Check PHP runtime configuration and environment (output of phpinfo() function);
- Configure various PHP settings;
- Enable or disable PHP extensions;
- Remotely manage PHP configuration in php.ini file.
With stable version of IIS PHP Manager, you are actually able to view the recommendations and fix it within a second.
Below is the bug fixed and change since BETA version.
- Support for running different PHP versions within the same web site;
- Functionality to set IIS default document to index.php;
- Links to quickly open php.ini file and PHP error log file;
- Detection of PHP registered via CGI or ISAPI;
- Detection of PHP that is registered by using command line arguments in IIS handler mapping.