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From Jeff Stuart <jstuart-apa...@neo.rr.com>
Subject Re[2]: [PATCH] Problems with MPM threaded
Date Wed, 18 Jul 2001 22:02:19 GMT
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AMEN!  My goal as a sys admin/web admin is to keep serving pages
during ALL
problems. :)  IE the server is up and STAYS up.

Wednesday, July 18, 2001, 2:53:33 PM, Benjamin W. Ritcey wrote:

BWR> As an end-user of apache, I'd like to chime in: please, please,
please leave
BWR> the N processes with M threads model available -- "the
hypothetical buggy
BWR> 3rd party modules should be fixed rather than hacked around" is
fine in
BWR> theory, but in practice I'd rather have an Apache that can
soldier on
BWR> regardless of the crappy modules it's forced to run.  Tuxedo has
used the N
BWR> x M model for a long time with good results for similar reasons.

BWR> My $0.02

BWR> Thanks,

BWR> -b

- --
Jeff Stuart
jstuart@neo.rr.com
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