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How to run Apache2Buddy

The Apache2Buddy script reviews the Apache configuration and makes suggestions to help with performance and stability.

The apache2buddy.pl Perl script will check the following:

  • PHP memory limits
  • Memcache
  • MaxClients
  • Memory usage
  • Max potential memory usage
  • Percentage of total RAM allocated to Apache
  • MaxRequestWorkers
  • And more!

You can run the script with the following command:

curl -sL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/richardforth/apache2buddy/master/apache2buddy.pl | perl

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