Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information are sometimes needed to be known for installing certain CMS. Here is how to know it clearly. The method old but many are not aware of the full thing.
Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details : Disclaimer and Known Facts
Rackspace Cloud Sites is an Advanced Public Cloud Computing Platform mainly for hosting php MySQL driven CMS, Blogs, Apps, but it also supports Apps written in Ruby, Python etc. It is an proprietary Cloud Computing Platform and efficiently load balanced, managed. There is theoretically no limit on PHP memory. Usually the provisioning is an automated process, but you can somewhat override with .htaccess file. This article, Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information is not for Rackspace OpenStack cloud specific, but for normal all LAMP server settings. There is no warranty of this guide to check Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information, as we are actually running the script for one node, not the full cloud. However the main target, whether a particular module is present / activated or not, this info is fully reliable. In other words, you can overlook the numerical values.
Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information : The method and script
Very old method, only needed softwares are any SFTP software (like WinSCP for Windows PC) any text editor. Any text editor will work to write the very small php script for fetching Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information. If you are Windows user, your beloved award wining, feature rich Notepad will work too. Pun intended. So, open your text editor and copy paste it :
Save it with any anyname.php
You can name name anyname with anything – your name, your foe’s name, foo, bar etc. But that PHP must be present and for Notepad users, kindly make it “All Files” while saving, otherwise your Windows will save it as text file. Open SFTP, browse to web/content directory and place it there. Now open that file from your browser. For example, if thecustomizewindows.com was your domain hosted on your Rackspace Cloud Sites account, I would point to :
and would get this this quite big result :
Kindly delete it after you have got the info. It is a security vulnerability to keep it active.
Here is a ready made bigger script, just click to download the zip file. Extract it (password: thecustomizewindows.com) and inside there is a php file named foo.php ; upload it and run, you will get a better hyperlinked table of data full of Rackspace Cloud Sites php.ini details, Apache 2, Modules Information.