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Sunday September 26, 2004
07:47 AM

PHP on Apache 2.0

[ #21053 ]
From the INSTALL file in the PHP source (both 4.3.9 and 5.0.2)

Warning Do not use Apache 2.0.x and PHP in a production environment neither on Unix nor on Windows. For information on why, read the following FAQ entry

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  • However, I have been running that very setup at work without problems (yet).
    • It all depends upon what libraries you're linking in with it and what MPM you use surely. If you stick to the prefork MPM, you should be fine, as it's a similiar setup to Apache 1.3.

      The problem stems from 3rd party libraries in PHP not being threadsafe, but used inside a threaded apache.

      -Dom