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Apache Week issue 298

Apache Week issue 298

By Jeremy Reed (Send Email)
Posted Jun 14, 2002


The latest Apache Week discusses the abandoned 2.0.37 release, PHP performance issues in Apache 2.0, and links to a few articles.The latest Apache Week discusses the abandoned 2.0.37 release, PHP performance issues in Apache 2.0, and links to a few articles.
... In 1.3, the output of a PHP script was buffered internally by Apache before being sent to the client, meaning that a smaller number of system calls were used to send the data. Currently in 2.0 the PHP filter module uses the non-buffering interface to the filter stack, resulting in a large number of system calls each writing small amounts of data. ...
Visit http://www.apacheweek.com/issues/02-06-14.

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