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From "Bill Stoddard" <b...@wstoddard.com>
Subject RE: perchild on FreeBSD 5?
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 15:59:01 GMT

>
> > I agree with Pier, the threaded MPM has been a real lifesaver.
> Supporting
> > 10,000+ concurrent clients with Apache 1.3 (including some
> complex modules)
> > on AIX and Solaris is practically impossible.  Quite doable
> with Apache 2.0
> > and the worker MPM.
>
> I am sure it does, but you also need to recognize that around 40% of all
> Apache installations have PHP on them.  And 30% or so have mod_perl.  Many
> actually have both, so there is some overlap, but I would say that over
> half of all Apache installs have one or both of PHP or mod_perl.
>
> Apache 2 is being pitched as a production-quality web server without any
> mention of the fact that over half of the current Apache sites probably
> should not upgrade at this point.

This is definitely worth mentioning in the 2.0 Announcements. Have the
problems in mod_perl and mod_php been identified, so folks can at least make
an educated guess whether their site will tickle the known bugs?

Bill


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