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 PHP and Apache 2.0

"It seems that one of the key features of Apache 2 is the new threaded worker module which uses threads to serve more requests more efficiently than 1.3's multi-process based server. While the core Zend engine of PHP is thread-safe many of the critical libraries that PHP relies on for its advanced functionality (image processing, database connectivity and so forth) are not, and are unlikely to become so any time in the future. In a threaded environment PHP is likely to suffer from all kinds of unpredictable bugs."

 (Submitted by Noel Thu Apr 1, 2004 )


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