From: Larson, Timothy E. <TELarson@we...> - 2006-07-31 15:05:24
Jamie McCarthy wrote:
> I've been hearing better buzz about Apache 2.2 than 2.0, so we will
> probably evaluate the possibility of porting Slash to run on it, maybe
> late this year. That's not a promise. The main advantage of Apache
> 2.x is still that it runs more efficiently on Windows, and we don't
> care about that at all. =20
What I like about 2.x is that the configuration file seems a little more
"sane" than before, and improved worker MPM. The biggest feature 2.2
brings over 2.0 is the integration of AJP to the base, which I can
appreciate as an occasional Java hacker.
Personally, I would _love_ to see slash run on Apache 2.x. It would
save me having to set up a second Apache installation just for slash.
With a single Apache, my primary box could handle the load I expect
(thanks to using worker rather than prefork). With two, I probably need
to offload the 1.3 server to a different machine. (I know, I know, get
a bigger box, but that just isn't in the cards right now.) So at least
for me, the resource/performance angle of moving to 2.x would really
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