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Apache Week issue 291

Apache Week issue 291

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 12, 2002


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The latest Apache Week covers the 2.0 release, recent development, and links to recent articles.
The default MPM in 2.0 for Unix systems is currently prefork, which implements the processing model used in 1.3. Of the two thread-based processing modules in 2.0, worker and perchild, worker is generally considered to be more stable; but a serious problem found was found in testing this week where the worker MPM becomes unresponsive under high load. ...
The latest Apache Week covers the 2.0 release, recent development, and links to recent articles.

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