Do I need an Apache/MySQL/PHP Stack install on my home computer ?

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2015-12-09 3:43 pm EST
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I've been noticing data base issues once my site has been running well for a while- I am currently using Concrete5 but also had the same issues prior using SOHO. From my host techs I have always been told to contact Concrete5 (or previously, soho). They in return keep telling me it must be in my host server settings.... however, i am now noticing some help forums which talk about the AMP on the local computers- particulary with OS X. I am just wondering now if setting up AMP on my personal computer is for particular kinds of applications, or do I truely need to configure AMP on my home computer in order to communicate properly with my site on this host?

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arnelc
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2015-12-09 4:15 pm EST
Hello,

Thanks for asking about whether you need to configure AMP or Apache/MySQL/PHP Stack on your home computer. Simply, the answers is, "No, you don't need it." All of these items already loaded on the server. If you're seeing slow-down, try reviewing your website with a third party site like gtmetrix.com. They provide details that will tell you what's slowing your site down.

I hope this helps to answer your question, please let us know if you require any further assistance.

Regards,
Arnel C.

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