Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 21st Feb 2012 22:44 UTC
Internet & Networking For the first time in six years, the Apache Foundation has released a new version of the successful Apache HTTP Server. "It is with great pleasure that we announce the availability of Apache HTTP Server 2.4", said Eric Covener, vice president of the Apache HTTP Server project, "This release delivers a host of evolutionary enhancements throughout the server that our users, administrators, and developers will welcome. We've added many new modules in this release, as well as broadened the capability and flexibility of existing features."
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Comment by Brunis
by Brunis on Tue 21st Feb 2012 22:56 UTC
Brunis
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2005-11-01

Can you please fix the link?

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Nothing Impressive as far as I can tell
by tuaris on Wed 22nd Feb 2012 15:54 UTC
tuaris
Member since:
2007-08-05

Not sure if the barrier is technical or ideological, but what would really impress me is to have modules change from executing code as the Apache user to an arbitrary user so we don't have to use hacks like like suPHP or PHP as a CGI to improve security.

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rklrkl Member since:
2005-07-06

The Peruser MPM at http://www.peruser.org/trac/peruser has been around for several years, though I haven't checked to see if it will work with Apache 2.4.X yet. We use it with earlier Apache 2's without any issues.

Edited 2012-02-22 16:40 UTC

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