I'm trying to exercise PHP on Apache2 for benchmarking of the different
MPMs (worker v. prefork) v. Apache 1.3. Actually *running* apache2 in
prod is not my goal. This is for testing and potentially finding
problems with either PHP, or Apache2, or both(in this case).
>From the list, the APR API is done. So there should be no further issues
getting it to work.(As in, you should no longer have to jump through
hoops every month or release, just to keep up with apr).
So, I've already bothered the Apache list, because it *could* be a
problem since Apache does start, but not properly, when PHP is enabled
in the conf. This is with worker MPM.
And now I'm bothering the PHP list because there is *something*
happening with PHP that is not working properly.
Also, Apache2 with prefork does *not* start at all. It says it's
started, but there are no httpds. When php is disabled in the conf,
again, it starts without issue.
This is from PHPcvs from yesterday and even this morning.
The statistics are as follows:
Should that be able to build a working php module, or is there something
On Fri, 2002-02-22 at 01:58, Rasmus Lerdorf wrote:
> It won't work simply because Apache 2.0 is very much in a state of flux.
> The API's change constantly. We are many months away from any sort of
> stable Apache2+PHP system. Unless you are a developer and can help fix
> problems, you are much better off sticking with Apache 1.3.x and not
> bugging the developers trying to bring you Apache 2.
> On 21 Feb 2002, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> > The PHP-Dev list doesn't want to hear it, so I guess I'm *stuck* back
> > here.
> > Will someone please tell me why the latest CVS of PHP won't let Apache
> > 2.0.32 work and when a graceful fix will be implemented?
> > Hmm..this sounds like it should go to the dev list...
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