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Old 4th January 2013
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Default PHP package stability in OpenBSD

i am aware that this question might be somehow unrelated,

but i guess probably there are many if not some OpenBSD server administrator who runs PHP/PHP-FPM along with Apache/Nginx/Lighttpd webservers.
( where should i get advice from OpenBSD masters if not here? )

i am quite new, so i really appreciate your advice regarding running PHP/PHP-FPM along your webserver of choice in OpenBSD,

is there anything that we should particularly concern?

how bout the stability of PHP, or it should be something that be avoided at all cost?

and if there exists any particular method of installation / settings that followed by most OpenBSD administrator when they add PHP into their server?
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