We have had our Moodle install running on IIS, with PHP and MySQL for the last year no problems. Its starting to get used more and more, so i thought i would see if using apache would be any quicker on the same hardware.
So this morning i have installed apache on to 8080, leaving IIS running on 80.
Added these lines to the http.conf
LoadModule php5_module "C:/php5/php5apache2_2.dll"
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .php
# configure the path to php.ini
Changed the DocumentRoot to the same folder that the IIS Moodle install is on.
Is there any reason why when i go to http://localhost:8080 i just get a list of the files in that folder, and when i put /index.php at the end it thinks for a few seconds then goes page cannot be displayed?
Is there somthing i have missed out?
I have tried a <?php phpinfo(); ?> and it loads, and shows mysql enabled....
On a side note: I found that apache ran slower. It run much better on IIS on a 64 bit operating system.
I am not an apache expert i will leave that to someone else.
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