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Re^3: Perl cgi without mod_perl, your experience

by salvix (Pilgrim)
on Jun 22, 2004 at 16:22 UTC ( #368780=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Re^2: Perl cgi without mod_perl, your experience
in thread Perl cgi without mod_perl, your experience

And don't forget to mention that using a reverse proxy will keep your server with a minimal number of mod_perl processes running, i.e., setup an Apache on port 80 (with mod_proxy activated) and redirect every *.pl requests (or all /cgi-bin request, for example) to your mod_perl enabled Apache on another port (81, for instance).

You'll be able to handle even more scripts per second because you will keep the mod_perl server busy only to process the request, and the transmission of the output will be a task for your light Apache on port 80, freeing it to handle another script request.

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