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From "Jason J. Czerak" <Jason.Cze...@minn.ppdi.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Re: Precompiled Mod_SSL binaries for Win32 and Apache 1.3
Date Fri, 03 Feb 2006 15:38:40 GMT
I have tested this same application on Win32 with apache 1.3.  It is dog
slow. yes. As I expected. But one fact remains, it's STABLE. the scripts
don't fail.

There is a nice issue with 2.0.55 and modperl 2 and perl. 

As for apache 1.3 being threaded on win32. This I did not know. 

Apache 2 on win32 is still hacked together. better, but has a lot of
annoyances. rotatelog.exe for example.

If you can point out a way to resolve "Free to wrong pool 618410 not
16eb160" type errors. 

Otherwise... chill out.


On Thu, 2006-02-02 at 15:54 -0600, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

> Jason J. Czerak wrote:
> > It was going to be a possible solution to a problem on Win32 with 
> > threads and Apache 2 and modperl 2 that was just breaking things under 
> > any sort of load.
> 
> <ROFL />
> 
> <Picks self up off of floor />
> 
> <Falls back down laughing />
> 
> Dude, Win32 is ALWAYS THREADED.  1.3 was, 2.0 was, 2.2 is.  Will always be.
> 
> See Randy's work for some pretty solid builds of httpd+ssl+modperl.
> 
> And note that Win32 apache1.3 was bubblegum and bailing wire compared to 2.0
> or 2.2 - they are miles apart.  For unix <shrug /> really you can keep using
> 1.3 if you don't expect any new changes, I hear you point about the fact that
> it keeps on chugging.  But apache1.3/win32 barely chugged in the first place.
> 
> Note that most modperl 1.26 modules just were never right for apache1.3/Win32
> (though most of the ASF's worked ok.)  Authoring a 1.26 modperl module for
> Windows is an exercize unto itself.
> 
> <Wipes tears from eyes />
> 
> Bill
> 
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Jason Czerak (Jason.Czerak@minn.PPDi.com)


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