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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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I think its talking about httpd.worker not httpd.itk.


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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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Any ideas why it kills PHP then?

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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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Nope, thats your job :P


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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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Took a bit to track it down. /etc/httpd/conf.d/php.conf by default looks for prefork and ONLY prefork. Change
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<IfModule prefork.c>

to
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<IfModule !worker.c>

and it will work with itk

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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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How's this project coming along? Looks interesting, I'm waiting to hear that it's stable on Centos5.5.


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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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It's relatively stable for me on my test server thus far (with mpm-itk enabled). It's not bad but there's only one production server I'd use it on since the other is mostly one giant app.

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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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mod_ruid2 has kind of derailed this for the moment. It seems like a less disruptive approach than a full httpd upgrade. Right now the pros are:

* httpd 2.2.17 looks more impressive than 2.2.3 because the number is higher. (Please give me a real pro here :P)

and the cons:
* It will break the service out of the box due to the deprecated memcache and other modules.


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 Post subject: Re: [atomic-testing] Apache httpd 2.2.16-3
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Depends on if you rely on yum vs pecl for your module. v.17 handles my pecl compiled module just fine. In fact, I tend to advise people to avoid using yum pecl libraries and just install them yourself (pecl makes it just as easy as yum in most cases).

But yeah, I can't think of any real benefits I'm seeing of .17 over .3. Best to let sleeping dogs lie.

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