SPUG: How to deal with same name packages?
tuck at whistlingfish.net
Tue Jan 15 06:45:59 CST 2002
-- Colin Meyer <cmeyer at helvella.org> spake thusly:
>> I'm hooked. A couple of things to share with others who may be just
>> discovering this. In these docs they say run
>> httpd -X -D PERLDB
>> I found you also need to specify -D HAVE_PERL or mod_perl doesn't
>> even load (and you cant use the debugger).
>> httpd -X -D HAVE_PERL -D PERLDB
> Do you have mod_perl compiled as a dso module (dynamically loadable
> into the httpd binary)? Examples in the guide tend to assume that
> you have mod_perl statically compiled into apache, as that is still
> recommended for production systems. I understand that the module as
> a dso behaves much better now than it did a year ago or so.
The '-D HAVE_PERL' is most likely specific to your particular
installation, and is probably made use of in the httpd.conf file with
Alias /perl/ /var/www/perl/
I've noticed that Mandrake has been doing something along these lines
which involves splitting Apache into two binaries: one which runs
mod_perl, and another which proxies all requests to it as well as
handling straight file requests and CGI's.
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