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PHP is available on all Rootroute accounts.
Both the mod_php and cgi version of php are available. mod_php is the default
setting on accounts for efficiency. php command line is also available.
Bellow a list of compiled-in php modules, ready-to-use from inside php, extending largely the commands available.
Choice of PHP Accounts
Supported database access: mysql the classic database, with all extended features postgresql A standard database for complex systems ldap Access to LDAP-compliant Directory Services gdbm gnu dbm iodbc open source ODBC dbase dbase support filepro filepro rootr.net also supports running your own mysqld database server, managed entirely by the customer. PostGreSQL entire Servers are now available for all accounts. Library functions supported: curl Client URL library functions (gopher, dict, ldap, etc) gettext GNU gettext support for internationalisation imap Mail and message access functions (IMAP, POP3, NTTP) mhash Hashing functions such as MD5, SHA1, etc mcrypt Interface to block and stream encryption algorithms mm Shared memory support for session storage recode GNU Recode support for character set conversion snmp Simple Network Management Protocol access functions gd Generate PNG or JPEG images on the fly freetype TTF True type font support for gd. pdflib Generate Adobe PDF documents dynamically Other extra libraries supported: calendar extra functions bcmath extra math functions trans-sid for session management yp functions NIS/ yellow pages pcre-regex perl-compatible regular expressions ftp ftp from inside php scripts xml xml generation and auto-editing openssl secure socket layer zlib popular compression library bz2 bzip v2, new and efficient lossless data compression sysvsem process semaphore sysvshm shared memory sockets internet sockets
What does this means ?
Most providers provides 2-3 modules, a few provides 7-8. the reason is that more modules costs more memory.
How are all those modules advantageous ?
When you install php programs, which is very common nowadays, having more modules makes the installation painless and much more likely to be supported. Also, if you develop your own programs, you have a lot more functions available right out of the box.
Yes, really all those libraries are compiled-in.
You can check the PHP-Info output.
Dedicated servers customers can request server-wide or cluster-wide installation of php modules.
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