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From Steve Hay <>
Subject Re: plans for mp2.0.0 release schedule
Date Thu, 02 Dec 2004 16:01:28 GMT
Perrin Harkins wrote:

>Steve Hay wrote:
>>If I switch to mp2 then the Perl interpreter is now multi-threaded, thus 
>>removing the performance bottleneck, which should be great except for 
>>one thing:  All our mp code involves DBI (& DBD-mysql), but DBI is not 
>I thought DBI was thread-safe at this point.  It's more likely 
>DBD::mysql that is not.
There are quite possibly problems with DBD-mysql too, but DBI-1.46 pod 
does say:

"Using DBI with perl threads is not yet recommended for production 


>>Is there a way to configure mp2 to build with a non-threaded Perl, or at 
>>least to run it in such a way as to not make use of the Perl 
>>interpreter's threads, in order to simulate mp1-style behaviour?
>Sure, see 
>Just tell it to start a single Perl interpreter, and you will still get 
>apache threads without perl that handle static stuff.
>Of course I haven't tried this stuff personally on win32, but you can 
>grab the latest mp2 and try it out yourself.
I think this is what Stas was also saying, but thanks for the link.

- Steve

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