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From Daniel Risacher <mag...@alum.mit.edu>
Subject Re: How do you use mod_perl for your web application?
Date Thu, 16 Jun 2011 20:19:41 GMT
I had 8-9 apps running as custom mp2 modules (not really in any
framework.)  I did a few things in Catalyst, but it never really lit
my candle.  Perlbal for reverse proxy.  I used Postgres a lot, but
eventually realized that sqlite3 was good enough for what I was doing
most of the time.

Of late, I've been wanting to go to PSGI or node.js, but I haven't
taken the plunge yet.  Many of my mod_perl apps relied on client-side
PKI and SSL renegotiation, which I don't think can be done in PSGI,
(or at least not well) and mod_perl really shines by having hooks for
all phases of request handling.



On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 12:01 AM, Fred Moyer <fred@redhotpenguin.com> wrote:
> I'm interested in hearing about what application frameworks (Catalyst,
> CGI::App, Mojolicious) are used here with mod_perl.  Given the number
> of emerging Perl based webservers on CPAN (in addition to Nginx,
> lighty, etc), it seems like there are many more Perl web application
> and webservers out there now than there were five years ago.
>
> I'll start.  I have a couple of Apache::Dispatch based applications I
> wrote.  I also work on an Apache::ASP large codebase, and a couple of
> different Catalyst based systems.  All are running on mod_perl 2.0.4
> in production (the ops haven't upgraded to 2.0.5 yet).
>
> If I were to migrate, I would probably try out something like
> Mojolicious on Plack on mod_perl2.  Performance of mod_perl2 has never
> been an issue to date, but I have Perlbal doing connection handling as
> a reverse proxy.
>

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