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From Lee Fellows <lfell...@4lane.com>
Subject Re: Any real drawbacks to going dynamic?
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 14:26:56 GMT
Eli,

  The hit is on each module dynamically loaded.  Statically compiled
modules' performance is not affected by any dynamically linked modules
and the overhead of working with them, unless, of course, the statically
linked module uses a dynamically linked module to process its requests.


On Tue, 2002-06-18 at 09:50, Eli White wrote:
> At 09:45 AM 6/18/2002 -0400, Joshua Slive wrote:
> >See:
> >http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/dso.html#advantages
> >
> >Summary: Yes, on most platforms there is a small performance hit.
> >
> >Joshua.
> 
> Right, I knew about that page, and it's 5% slower claim ...
> 
> But my question was a little different, and it's about: "Once you have even 
> ONE DSO going, does it matter if they ALL are or not."
> 
> So, in my case, I have PHP running as a DSO, because I don't wanna have to 
> recompile Apache every time PHP updates.
> 
> So since I am 'already' taking the performance hit from having mod_so 
> active, is there any reason to not have all modules be Dynamic?  (Right now 
> all are statically compiled in, except for PHP)
> 
> Eli
> 
> 
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