Apache 2.0 offers numerous enhancements, improvements and performance boosts over the 1.3 codebase. The most visible and noteworthy addition is the ability to run Apache in a hybrid thread/process mode on any platform that supports both threads and processes. This has shown to improve the scalability of the Apache HTTP Server significantly in our testing. Apache 2.0 also includes support for filtered I/O. This allows modules to modify the output of other modules before it is sent to the client. There is also support for IPv6 on any platform that supports IPv6. This version of Apache is known to work on many versions of Unix, BeOS, OS/2, Windows, and Netware.
Apache ‘General Availability’ 2.0.35 Released
2002-04-06 Internet 12 Comments
I couldn’t compile Apache 2.0.32 on BeOS – net_server
I’ve been using it for nearly a year, and it’s g r e a t ! However, compiling your favorite apache modules can be tricky. If you’re running a BeOS web server this is the best choice. Thanks David!
So what exactly is this? A full release, a beta, an alpha?
Why was my post deleted?
Now it’s back, wierd.
A ‘recommended for production use’ release. The first in the 2.x series.
Your post was never deleted. It just takes a while before it goes live. If you have taken the time to read before the “submit comment” button and also the bolded message after you posted, you would see the message: “Your comment will not show up immediately”.
Actually I had the same thing happen to me the other day, unless I am crazy, but my post showed up and then disappeared and then showed up again, so maybe it wasn’t me going crazy after all?!
Hmm… there may be a bug somewhere then… I did quite some changes in the forum lately. I will look at that. Thank you for the report.
I just did a build of Apache 2 on my FreeBSD 4.5 box last night. Compiled like a charm, the first time. Here was my ./configure statement:
./configure –exec-prefix=/usr/local –enable-ssl –with-ssl=/usr
–enable-modules=most –enable-bucketeer –with-mpm=prefork
–enable-dav –enable-rewrite –enable-so –enable-cgi
I did it with standard Unix prefork, this time. Next I am going to be trying the hybrid “worker” MPM, and a few more esoteric modules. I feel like a kid in a candy shop ;-).
I figure it’s bad karma for those near full screen pop-up ads. Get rid of those and all your problems will disappear. 🙂
I figure it’s bad karma for those near full screen pop-up ads. Get rid of those and all your problems will disappear.
Doubleclick only seems to sneak them in with particular ads, I don’t think they are supposed to be there.