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From Sascha Schumann <sas...@schumann.cx>
Subject Re: story posted
Date Wed, 05 Feb 2003 16:15:32 GMT
> a) is PHP not production ready with Apache 2.0 because it was not high
> enough priority for PHP to be tested?

    The current Apache 2 support in PHP is based on filters only.
    That however is not well-supported by the scripting engine
    which prefers real file objects as input.

    The next huge problem is thread-awareness of Unix libraries.
    There are still lots of issues with libraries which won't
    correctly in a threaded environment.

    Now, we could solve both problems by using a handler and
    the prefork MPM.  But then, Apache 2.0+PHP is basically
    Apache 1.3+PHP with a few extra modules thrown in.  That's
    how it appears to the end-user at least.

    - Sascha

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