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Wednesday, July 09, 2008
 
Solaris: Increasing the Maximum Processes per User ID

This blog post attempts to show the steps involved {with an example} in increasing the maximum processes allowed per user id on Solaris.

Steps


Alternatively increase maxusers from the current value by setting set maxusers = <DesiredMbytes> in /etc/system. Then the maximum number of processes on the system will be derived from the maxusers.

Check Process-Sizing Parameters section of Solaris Tunable Parameters Reference Manual for more.

Reference:
Sunsolve Document 202586: How is the maximum size of the process table determined?
Solaris kernel tunables
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Wednesday, July 02, 2008
 
Manual installation Steps for PHP on Windows Vista

These are the steps for manual installation of PHP version 5.2.6 with Apache HTTP server version 2.2.9 on windows Vista.

Download Apache HTTP Server from the following link.
http://httpd.apache.org/

Step 1:

Download the latest zip package of Windows Binaries from the following link.
http://www.php.net/downloads.php

Step 2:

Extract the zip binary package into C:\php folder.

Step 3:

Add the PHP directory to the PATH as follows.
click start -> settings -> control panel -> System.
click on Advanced system settings (appears on left side of the window)
click on the 'Environment Variables' button
scroll down to find 'Path' in the System variables pane.
Double click on the 'Path' and add ;C:\php at the end and click on the ok button.
Restart the system.

Step 4:

In the php folder look for the file 'php.ini-recommended' and rename the file as 'php.ini'.
Copy the 'php.ini' file into 'C:\windows' folder.
Rename the 'php.ini' file in 'C:\php' folder to 'php-activescript.ini'.

Step 5:

Download 'php5activescript.dll' from the following link.
http://pecl4win.php.net/list.php

place the DLL in 'C:\php' folder.
Register the DLL as follows.
Click on the Start -> Programs -> Accessories -> Command Prompt.
In the Command Prompt window go to 'C:\php' and type regsvr32 php5activescript.dll

Step 6:

Changes to be made to httpd.conf file of Apache:

Look for 'httpd.conf' file in the folder chosen for installation of Apache software.
(By default the file may be located in C:\program Files folder.)

Add the following line in the LoadModule segment of the conf file.

LoadModule php5_module c:\php\php5apache2_2.dll

Add the following line in the segment of the conf file

AddType application/x-httpd-php .php

save the changes and close the conf file.

Step 7:

Restart the Apache server.

Reference : PHP Installation Guide.

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