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Which server is best

 
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To run PHP script which server is the best for performance ?
 
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I actually only used Apache. There's Zend Server. http://www.zend.com/products/server/ It has a community edition.
You'll probably be good with Apache. It's the most used web server.
 
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I'd stick with Apache as well. WAMPServer would be a quick way to setup a dev enviroment.
 
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It depends on your requirements.
Apache is widely popular Server Software.
But several popular websites (like Youtube and Wikipedia) use lighttpd. Lighttpd doesn't have all features which Apache has, but it's known to be fast.
 
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Hi


Dont forget cherokee

http://c6s.co.uk/webdev/209
 
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I use XAMP, Pretty fast and simple to use. BTW i am not a professional PHP Developer and feel XAMP comfortable for developing some basic DB Driven Sites.
 
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Rajkumar balakrishnan wrote:I use XAMP, Pretty fast and simple to use. BTW i am not a professional PHP Developer and feel XAMP comfortable for developing some basic DB Driven Sites.



XAMP or XAMPP is Apache bundled up with MySql and Php
 
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My vote for Apache since I using it for Drupal based application. without any complain and its open-source
 
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