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From Sean T Allen <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2 / PHP4 / PHP5
Date Mon, 03 Jan 2005 22:28:09 GMT
well for machines we have with mod-perl1 and mod-perl2

we have a binary for mp1 and one for mp2

running on say...

then use mod_rewrite to proxy to the backend server depending on the 
site etc.

Arthur Kerpician wrote:

> Hi there!
> Until now I was developing web applications using PHP4 and serving 
> them through Apache. Recently, I decided to upgrade to PHP5 but, 
> unfortunately, I still need an Apache server running PHP4 for the old 
> apps. Is there a way of running both PHP versions as modules on the 
> same Apache instance? I have several VirtualHosts on the server and I 
> only want some of them to run PHP5, the other getting stuck for now 
> with PHP4 for compatibility issues. If I LoadModule php4 and php5 in 
> the same time it normally crashes the server.
> I read several articles on running both versions on Apache but none of 
> them were really satisfying.
> I know the issue is half-related to this mailing list but I'm sure at 
> least some of you had the same problem. BTW I'm running Apache 2.0.52.
> Thank,
> Arthur
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