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From Sam Carleton <scarle...@gmail.com>
Subject [OT] Re: Regarding setup modules for server 2.2
Date Thu, 16 Apr 2009 16:01:07 GMT
Tarun,

First off, this forum is for Apache C Module development, not
configuration, so you are a bit off topic.

The quick and dirty is this:  No module is *needed*, Apache can run
just fine without any modules.  It will be very limited in what it can
do and how you can configure it, but it can run just fine.

If you don't need cgi or perl, than no you don't need to load the modules.

As far as mod_oprocmgr, I don't know what that does for you.  You can
either do some research and find out what it does and see if that
applies to you or you can just see how things work without.  If all is
well, then you are good.  Personally I would do some research.


Sam

On Thu, Apr 16, 2009 at 11:43 AM, fortanu82 <Tarun.Narang@xchanging.com> wrote:
>
> Hi
> I have to completely replace the Apache 1.3 HTTP server with Apache 2.2.
> In Apache 1.3 modules like mod_fastcgi, mod_perl and mod_oprocmgr are
> present.
>
> Now I just wanted to confirm two things,
> 1) If our application does not use any CGI or perl scripts, Is it necessary
> to have the modules like mod_perl and mod_fastcgi to be present in the
> sever.
>
> 2) mod_oprocmgr is configured in Apache 1.3 and when I am looking to
> configure the mod_oprocmgr for Apache 2.2, the module (.so) file is not
> present. Now my question is - Is this module not required in Apache 2.2? If
> it is required, how could I install and configure this module.
>
> Any help will be really appreciated.
> Thanks
> Tarun
>
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