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From Greg Ames <grega...@remulak.net>
Subject Re: 2.0.23 tarballs up
Date Fri, 10 Aug 2001 15:18:17 GMT
"Gonyou, Austin" wrote:
> 
> On the thought of +1 for GA with no threaded mpm. I'd have to say NO WAY. As
> someone who's constantly trying to push apache beyond it's limits, I can
> easily break 1.3.x on our current hardware. That said, the same hardware
> with apache 2.0 and threaded MPM serving static pages can easily go to
> nearly 3 times that of 1.3.x. That just extended the life of our hardware
> for another year or more, or possibly obosoleted it in favor of LESS servers
> with beefier statistics. Either way, we're getting more bang for the buck by
> using the threaded MPM versus prefork. Thanks for listening. +1 for beta, if
> it means anything. :)

Austin, you know I'm listening.  That's exactly what I expect with
threaded in 2.0.23.

Since you may have more experience in a production environment than
anyone in the world at the moment, are you seeing any kind glitches
whatsoever with graceful restarts?  Or anything else, for that matter?

Greg

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