Could anyone please explain to me the basic architecture of PHP module
when running "in process" within Apache HTTP server?
I guess this is called "mod_php".

As far as I understand the shared library (e.g., libphp5.so) is being
dynamically loaded by an Apache working process and then, whenever a
.php (or .php3, or...) file is requested the working process calls the
PHP interpreter. This call to the PHP interpreter is a function call and
there is no fork(2) nor execve(2) in play at all.

Is this correct?


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