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From Arturo 'Buanzo' Busleiman <bua...@buanzo.com.ar>
Subject Re: PHP was Re: Apache httpd 2.2.10 test tarballs available...
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2008 20:17:43 GMT
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Akins, Brian wrote:
> There is a rather lengthy list of reasons why mod_php doesn't work
> "correctly."  AFAIK, the "official" word has been to use fast-cgi for almost
> 3 years.  Most other "major" http servers have taken the same stance.  I
> think we (httpd folks in general) have not done a good job of documenting
> this. 

I've migrated all of my webservers to a mixture of Lighttpd and Nginx, BUT there are some
PHP apps
that do not work ok with fcgi. For them I use Apache. I use a lot of Apache for reverse-proxy
setups, for instance, using lighttpd to serve static content, but keep Apache in the front
for
mod_security, for example.

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Arturo "Buanzo" Busleiman
Independent Linux and Security Consultant - SANS - OISSG - OWASP
http://www.buanzo.com.ar/pro/eng.html
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