Performance Problems.. Server hardware smoked by $500 box?
Adam C. Migus
adam at migus.org
Sun Sep 28 14:52:10 PDT 2003
Devon H. O'Dell said:
> Adam C. Migus wrote:
>>I am using PHP with Apache 2 and didn't mean to say or imply that
>>didn't work with Apache 2, however, the last time I tried I was
>>unable to run it with an Apache 2 server running any MPM other than
>>pre-fork. Have you been able to run PHP with a threaded MPM?
>>Please let me know as I'd like to test the other MPM's with PHP...
>>For reference my Apache 2 and PHP are from ports, the latter is
>>mod_php4 compiled with just about everything. :-)
> Well that might be the problem in your case. PHP itself is thread
> but there's no guarantee that the extensions are. In fact, I think a
> good few of them are not (ming comes to mind, IIRC). In your case,
> killer may be the extensions and not PHP itself. I'd suggest
> them as modules and then dl()ing them until PHP dies ;). There's
> probably also a list of non-thread-safe modules out there somewhere.
> I fear the list Gods, so I'm not going to change this list to
> freebsd-php :) If you've got more questions, feel free to email me
> privately :)
Agreed and thanks. Come to think of it, I think it was a cranky
extension that I wanted/needed. The best thing for me to do is as
per your suggestion, try it again, isolate the problematic extension
and go from there. Thanks for your offer to answer my questions, I
might be spamming your inbox soon! :-)
Adam - (http://people.migus.org/~amigus/)
Migus Dot Org - (http://www.migus.org/)
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