Thanks, John.  3 followup questions:
-- what is it skipping when you don't run pcgi/ when you 
do this?
-- can mod_pcgi be used for a ZPublisher-only application (not full-up zope)?
-- If so, where can I find info/download on mod_pcgi?

Also would still like to hear other opinions on PCGI vs. FastCGI vs. proxypath.

At 11:35 PM 3/25/2001 -0800, John Eikenberry wrote:

>I believe you can stop this just by changing the PCGI_PUBLISHER variable in
>your Zope.cgi to a directory, /dev/null or something.
>We do this for all our site, using the mod_pcgi apache module. It works
>fairly well... at least well enough for us not to consider changing yet.
>Michael Olivier wrote:
> > At 07:33 PM 3/23/2001 -0800, sam gendler wrote:
> > >I haven't used Zope to any significant degree in over a year.  When I
> > >was last using Zope regularly, FastCGI still had some stability issues,
> > >which made it difficult to use in a production environment. However, I
> > >have always felt that FastCGI was the better solution when choosing
> > >between proxy, pcgi and fastcgi, from a theoretical standpoint.  Can
> > >someone comment as to the efficacy of using FastCGI to implement an
> > >interface between my HTTP enabled application and current version of
> > >Zope, or should I use one of the other solutions.
> >
> > Hi Sam and others --
> >
> > I was about to ask the same question myself.  I'm also wondering about
> > switching solutions to FastCGI or proxy.  I read on the zope web site that
> > is using the proxy approach.  Can someone in-the-know please shed
> > some light?
> >
> > I'm using PCGI (2.0a4) with ZPublisher and while it's worked reasonably
> > well for very small traffic levels, I have recently run into an issue 
> where
> > lots of extra processes get started until the system
> > grinds to a halt.  I found two old postings from others (John Eikenberry,
> > Craig Allen) about this problem, including this one:
> >
> >
> >
> > ... and am wondering if it's been solved and if there's a later release
> > (Zope 2.3 stable has pcgi 2.0a4 still).
> >
> > Thanks!
> > Michael

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