[clug-talk] Apache or Apache2 ?
evan.cortens at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 07:51:15 PDT 2007
I must concur here. I've been using Apache2-prefork, php5 and mysql5
in production and development for quite some time now... and I've
experienced no problems with them.
Any new modules and features that are being developed are for apache2,
so I think you might find it difficult to use apache1, as it might
actually end up being the incompatible one!
Even Debian stable (etch), which has a reputation for preferring to be
stable at all costs, even if that means being out of date, is using
apache2 as the default...
Hope this helps,
On 6/21/07, bogi <khangyi at shaw.ca> wrote:
> Apache2 and prefork. This is the standard installation on unix / Linux
> systems. Apache2 is about a good 20% faster than apache 1.3.x , the %% might
> be debatable, but the performance superiority is not. I have seen no
> compatibility issues to bare mention.
> If you can or want, you might even run on apache 2.2.x , it even has more
> features, but considered a bit racy , and too new by some .
> I would suggest mysql 5.x and php 5.x if you are building your development/
> test platform, this would avoid a bit of a headache later when you will
> eventually have to upgrade from Mysql 4 and php 4 ...
> On June 21, 2007 07:57, Dave Watkins wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > Just wondering .......
> > Should one be installing Apache or Apache2 these days?
> > Prefork or Worker?
> > System will be used as a LOCAL development and testing box and will be
> > hosting multiple domains.
> > PHP and mySQL will also be installed.
> > Any other suggestions that I might miss would be appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Dave
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