On 28 Nov 2005, at 12:28, Gerhard Schmidt wrote:
I know there is a way to do just the same with mod_proxy, but
open new connection for every request while fastcgi uses the same
for all requests. The is no problem on low load. But with growing
can become a Problem.
Well, it's not "a way to do it", it's *the* way.
I highly doubt that your assertion about using more connections than
just one is a problem, under any circumstance. All very large
production sites that I ever dealt with use mod_rewrite/mod_proxy. It
simply is not a problem. Or do you have proof?
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