CentOS 5.x 6.x selection of Remi repositories/Atomic/CentosALT?

Hi all.

Objective: to Raise the actual web server 5 and version 6 of CentOS

Help will be defined with extra turnips.


1. CentOS 5.x — php 5.2.x to httpd 2.2.x, MySQL 5.1.x

2. CentOS 6.x — php 5.3.x to httpd 2.2.x MySQL 5.5.x


For 5 version: need php version 5.2.x in my opinion is more suitable CentosALT there faster superimposed patches

For version 6 I think, too, although Remi and Atomic also provide you with up to 5.3.x Who do you trust more?


There's only one choice, CentosALT in others there is simply no Apache


For 5 version need 5.1.x here is only suitable Atomic

6 of course Remi, or still Atomic? Need version 5.5.x

What do you think about this...
October 8th 19 at 03:03
2 answers
October 8th 19 at 03:05
I have remi for php-fpm
Nginx has a repository for Centos
October 8th 19 at 03:07
First, you should abandon apache, and secondly, сentalt like is no longer supported (?), at work we use mainly remi, but we still have your repository, or rather a mirror with a different repo (e.g. for nginx with geoip).

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