LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP/Python) Architecture is very
flexible. All the components can be positioned on the same server
or different servers. The servers are divided into two types. The
types are known as the Application or database tiers. Generally,
the application tier holds the Apache Server, any Apache Modules,
and local copies of Server Side Includes (SSI) programs.
In many development environments, you also deploy the client to
the same machine. This means a single machine runs the database
server, the application server, and the browser. The lab for this
section assumes these configurations.
Before you test an installation, you should make sure that you’ve
started the database and Apache server. In an Oracle LAMP
configuration (known as an OLAP – Oracle, Linux, Apache,
Perl/PHP/Python), you must start both the Oracle Listener and …[Read more]