A thread_cache_size of zero is the default for my-medium.cnf but the recommended size in my-large.cnf is 8.
Depending on your specific situation, in some case this value can be very high (like 150+).
For an idea of the value needed, check the status variable Max_used_connections. If possible have thread_cache_size equal to the peak Max_used_connections value.
According to my-large.cnf the value for thread_concurrency should follow: number of CPU's*2 for thread_concurrency
Updated: eAccelerator download using latest code (0.9.5.3 with PHP 5.2.9).
Please find following the compiled binaries of eAccelerator for Windows
using Microsoft VC++ 6. For PHP 4 versions:
eAccelerator binaries for PHP 4.x.
If you need a version not offered here, let us know (post comment).
1) Download the Apache mod_fcgi module: http://fastcgi.coremail.cn/
2) Configuration in your Apache httpd.conf:
a) LoadModule fcgid_module modules/mod_fcgid.so
b.1) <Directory "C:/Apache2/htdocs/php/">
Update: For a simple and immediate solution see: Using Awstats to analyse Serv-U logs
Using Awstats to monitor Serv-U the FTP Server from Rhino Software.
After investigating this a "bit", it appears we will have to write a process/script/app that will read the Serv-U logs and convert then to a format that Awstats can read. This is not difficult but probably a few days of effort. In this document, I will outline the design. Maybe some kind "angel" programmer will offer to write it. In any case if I get something that works, I will post it here.
Most administrators have been doing this for years on Windows 2000. The "search content" behavior changed in 2003 (XP is similar). Basically Microsoft added options be enabling specialized filters to perform the search. For example the HTML filter skips the comments.
To add the plain text filter to files with the .php extension add the following to the registry:
This is exactly what I did and went perfectly well.
1) Backup MySQL DB and g2 data directory and current G2 app files.
2) Download full install unzip over existing. Keep the existing config.php in place, this should not be an issue since a new install should not contain one)
3) Disabled the current gallery module from within Drupal