apache22 + php5 (package not ports) ~ spawn-fcgi ?
cswiger at mac.com
Wed Feb 22 06:54:48 UTC 2012
On Feb 21, 2012, at 5:31 PM, alexus wrote:
> I dont think you really grasping what I was asking..
With respect, of course I understand what you were asking.
> I am aware that I can build from source, yet I'm trying to stay away
> from that route due to a lot of overhead going forward...
OK. You cannot expect someone else's precompiled binaries to precisely
match your particular circumstances, so you're choosing to give that up
in favor of convenience, but that is a reasonable decision if the value
of configuring the webserver well for the site is less than the value of
a few hours of your (or someone's) time.
> I'm also aware that php5 or actually apache22 doesn't come with
> mod_php as well, and as alternative I'm willing to go spawn-fcgi route
> instead, and this is what I'm interested in.
> I'm looking for some blog/howtos of people already done it on freebsd
> and not just a general fastcgi.com site :)
You haven't indicated anything so far which would suggest the general
documentation was insufficient. What have you tried?
> So, if anyone have an experience or know a good resources that may be
> useful for me at this point of time, I'd highly appreciate if you can
> post it here.
With respect, I can recall when Brian Behlendorf and Andrew Wilson and
some other folks started collecting a bunch of patches to the NCSA
webserver, which became known as Apache-0.60 back around 1994, and
later was publicly released in 1995 as Apache-0.70 or so.
Well, there are other folks who deal with webservers at sites for which
the cost of downtime is measured in the millions of dollars per hour
from whom you can seek advice....
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