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Subject [Httpd Wiki] Update of "php" by thumbs
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2015 01:00:41 GMT
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The "php" page has been changed by thumbs:
https://wiki.apache.org/httpd/php?action=diff&rev1=9&rev2=10

Comment:
Fix wiki syntax errors

  
  Please see the [[php-fcgid|following article]]
  
- == Using mod_php as a DSO with a threaded mpm (2.0 and newer)
+ == Using mod_php as a DSO with a threaded mpm (2.0 and newer) ==
  
  This approach is identical to the next recipe, with the exception that a threaded mpm such
as event or worker can be used. The main requirement is that the php system libraries and
DSO must be (re)compiled with the thread-safe flags.
  
@@ -35, +35 @@

  == Using mod_php as a DSO (deprecated) ==
  
  This method is the oldest and slowest possible configuration. It was suitable for version
2.2 and older, and requires the use of the prefork mpm.
- === Why you shouldn't use mod_php anymore ===
+ === Why you shouldn't use mod_php with the prefork mpm anymore ===
   * mod_php is loaded into every httpd process all the time. Even when httpd is serving static/non
php content, that memory is in use.
   * mod_php is not thread safe and forces you to stick with the prefork mpm (multi process,
no threads), which is the slowest possible configuration
  

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