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ISPworld: The Next Apache: The biggest upgrade to the biggest program on the web

ISPworld: The Next Apache: The biggest upgrade to the biggest program on the web

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 13, 2001


"Apache's last "full-point" release (Apache 1.0) was unveiled on December 1, 1995. Naturally, there's a lot of excitement about the long-awaited Apache 2.0, which should be in beta release by the time you read this. To find out what's new with Apache 2, I asked the Apache project's Dirk-Willem van Gulik and Ryan Bloom."

"... There were a couple of reasons for Apache 2.0. The first was that a pre-forking server just doesn't scale on some platforms. One of the biggest culprits was AIX, and since IBM had just made a commitment to using and delivering Apache, it was important to it that we get threads into Apache. Since forcing threads into 1.3 would be a very complex job, starting 2.0 made more sense." Apache's last full-point release (Apache 1.0) was unveiled on December 1, 1995. Naturally, there's a lot of excitement about the long-awaited Apache 2.0, which should be in beta release by the time you read this. To find out what's new with Apache 2, I asked the Apache project's Dirk-Willem van Gulik and Ryan Bloom.

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