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From Honza Lefty Škoda <le...@multihost.cz>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_fcgid: fcgid processes serving static content as well
Date Sat, 30 Oct 2010 13:14:24 GMT
I have finally found it! fcgid and apache work great (as usual :P), the
problem rests elsewhere:

When I hit the static file my browser downloads favicon.ico as well. If
it doesn't exist, server raises E404 - and that is handled by PHP in
configurations with mod_rewrite clean url hack. robots.txt does similar
problems with web crawlers.

I'm going to solve it by writing a redirect that will return E504. (E404
would be caught by ErrorDocument, which would lead to same problems.)
Another step to make my server really effective. :)

Thanks for your help, I wouldn't have figured it out as soon without it :).

On 30.10.2010 12:27, Honza Lefty Škoda wrote::
> On 29.10.2010 19:08, Jeff Trawick wrote:
>> 2010/10/28 Honza Lefty Škoda <lefty@multihost.cz>:
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I use mod_fcgid & suexec for safe execution of php scripts. I've
>>> recently tested the performance of fcgid
>>> and found out that when i request static page (.html or .css)
>>> fcgi process is spawned (if doesn't exist yet)
>>
>> unexpected
>>
>>>                                                                      and the
>>> counter "Accesses" on server-status page increments as well.
>>
>> expected
> Are you sure? I've probably described it wrong way, I meant Accesses
> counter of the corresponding fcgid worker (mod_fcgid status section)
>>
>>>
>>> I'm not sure if this is a bug, result of my wrong settings, or
>>> desired behavior, but it imho leads to quite poor performance.
>>> I use mpm_worker, gentoo linux, mod_fcgid 2.3.5, apache 2.2.15.
>>>
>>> Pieces of configuration I found relevant:
>>>
>>> In file: /etc/apache2/modules.d/20_mod_fcgid.conf
>>
>>> Options +ExecCGI
>>> AddHandler the-php .php
>>> Action the-php /mh-bin/php-wrapper.fcgi
>>
>> something more is needed to run static files through php; the other
>> directives are irrelevant
>>
>> (it is getting processed by php, right?  mod_fcgid can't handle static
>> file requests itself)
> 
> If I insert PHP code into the static file (like <?php echo "something";
> ?>), it isn't processed, so it probably doesn't go through PHP
> interpreter. Maybe it doesn't go through fcgi worker at all. On the
> other hand, the speed of processing static files is imho quite poor
> (static file is servered 3x faster than PHP with DB).
> 
> The mail reason why I began inspecting this problem is that static files
> "wakes" fcgi threads and prevents idle timeouts, spawns new threads and
> so. I would expect fcgid not serving static files (and ignoring them in
> fcgi process management!) at all.


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