On 9/15/09 10:54 AM, "Andres Gonzalez" <and...@packetstorm.com> wrote:

> I have an application developed that uses alot of PHP. Currently, it is
> running on a Ubuntu 8.04 , single core CPU host.  We are moving to a
> quad core host for this application.
> Is there anything special that I need to do to configure PHP to run on a
> quad core host? I noticed that my current single core system has PHP
> configured with Thread Safety disabled (as reported from phpinfo()).
> Does that need to be enabled to run in a multi-core environment?
> Any other suggestions for configuring PHP for multi-core use?

interesting question.

i never paid any attention to the possibility of needing to make config
changes when moving from single to multi-core computers. i'm using apxs2 and
just assumed that there's no threading within each httpd process. in other
words, i assumed it's up to the os' scheduler to make something of the

i'm curious to hear more on the topic.

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