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On Sun, 2003-04-13 at 00:39, Hasse Hagen Johansen wrote:
> Maybe I haven't seen all you messages, but what are your php4 version on
> gentoo vs. debian?
> On Sun, 2003-04-13 at 00:35, Benjamin Podszun wrote:
> > On Sun, 2003-04-13 at 00:17, Brad Laue wrote:
> > > On Sat, 2003-04-12 at 17:46, Benjamin Podszun wrote:
> > >
> > > > You upgraded to Apache2? I guess (hope?) that you don't talk about
> > > > production environments? I tried to use Apache2 with PHP twice and
> > > > wouldn't recommend it to anyone.. It's just buggy and not usable. As my
> > > > current Gentoo-Servers are.. *cough*
> > >
> > > Hardware configuration? Amount of RAM? Number of CPU's? What specific
> > > revision of gentoo-sources? Have you tried vanilla-sources or alan cox's
> > > patchset? What configuration options had you given the Debian kernel and
> > > do they differ from those you gave to Gentoo's kernel?
> > Uhm.. I did post my hardware, but maybe it wasn't clear enough in all my
> > messages.
> > Compaq-Server, 2 1GHz CPUs, 2GB RAM, no special hardware, apart from
> > Smart Arrays..
> > Vanilla-sources 2.4.20
> > Debian:
> > vanilla 2.4.18, built with the "normal" way, no deb-package
> > > Have you tried 2.4.18 under Gentoo to see if it solves your problems?
> > Yes, no difference
> > > This isn't a matter of Debian working and Gentoo not working; there's a
> > > configuration difference between the two, that's all.
> > Yes, I don't doubt it. But I copied the php.ini, apache-config-files and
> > I don't see the difference. The only thing I see is that apache sucks up
> > to 99% CPU (I don't know if it was the same on the Debian system,
> > honestly) and the server stops responding to any requests while the load
> > drops to ~ 0 ..
> > Ben