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AlmaLinux vs Rocky Linux install times?

Discussion in 'AlmaLinux 8 & Rocky Linux 8 Beta Testing' started by eva2000, May 30, 2023.

  1. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    pretty close for nginx and PHP compile files just AlmaLinux 9.2 had faster downloads and other source compiles than your Rocky Linux 9.2 install run

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    If you keep the Centmin Mod initial install log for each run https://community.centminmod.com/threads/how-to-troubleshoot-centmin-mod-initial-install-issues.102/ you can use a diff comparison tool to compare what differed between the 2 install runs. You can save logs to Dropbox too https://community.centminmod.com/th...in-mod-initial-install-issues.102/#post-91365
     
  2. Kuro

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    Hi Eva, I don't use PHP on my server. Is there a way not to install it, every time you install Centminmod? Except disable php-fpm after PHP is installed
     
  3. eva2000

    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    There is a variable for PHP-FPM install PHP_INSTALL='y' so setting it PHP_INSTALL='n' should in theory disable PHP-FPM install but haven't tested it in years so probably will break other PHP related installs, detections or routines that exist and assume PHP-FPM is installed.

    But setting PHP_INSTALL='n' would be one way irreversible. So setting PHP_INSTALL='y' after initial install with PHP_INSTALL='n' probably won't properly install PHP-FPM later 100%.