i was using zeus for a while [ until it expired ]
it's easy to menage ( great control panel ) and stuff, so simple to install and use, but:
- even though i installed php without problems and it was working <? phpinfo() ?>, i wasn't able to install many php scripts...
Well, it's expensive and is frequently used by large companies only. Apache instead is open source, and there's a large clientele for it. Generally, hosts will strive to use a least cost but highly effective method to serve webpages. Apache seems to have proven itself already.
Of course, eCommerce companies dealing with intensive applications will look at other custom solutions or higher end products like ZWS.
Originally posted by datums I have used Zeus, One thing I immediately noticed was that to shutdown an account, it would basically shutdown that server process. I never really got into it, due to being so used to Apache.
i didn't get what you mean
it's necessary to shutdown (restart) apache to remove an account