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[] Re: problem with Redhat 8.0, Apache, mod_perl, libapreq

On Win32, Perl 5.6.1 is compiled with Multiplicity enabled by default, 
which may explain why my test mod_perl programs work OK, even under 
simultaneous load w/ ab.

Again, my understanding was that, things were OK for most language 
features, but certain constructs could still cause problems 
(Regex?  Implicit operands?  Can't remember, sorry).

Found these links that indirectly confirm:

My "take away" is that mod_perl2 is not quite ready for heavy-duty 
production use, but is fine for development and light-duty use.

take it easy,

At 01:06 PM 11/29/2002 -0500, Sherm Pendley wrote:
>On Friday, November 29, 2002, at 12:53 PM, Charles Reitzel wrote:
>>Last I heard, it is Perl that needs to ripen.  Specifically, there are 
>>still remaining issues in the interpreter that prevent multiple Perl 
>>instances within the same process.
>That depends - if Perl, even 5.6.0, is compiled with Multiplicity enabled, 
>that's not a problem. It's certainly possible that RedHat's Perl isn't 
>compiled that way, though.

>If you listen to a UNIX shell, can you hear the C?

Not sure.  What's that crashing sound?

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