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Old 01-05-2019, 06:38 AM   #1
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Recompile Apache 2.2.22 with Another MPM (worker)


Could anybody advise please, how to safely recompile apache 2.2 with a different MPM, preferably worker on Debian? It's all good, up, and running now. Many thanks for any pointers / help / assistance in advance!

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Old 01-06-2019, 03:29 AM   #2
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Could anybody advise please, how to safely recompile apache 2.2 with a different MPM, preferably worker on Debian? It's all good, up, and running now. Many thanks for any pointers / help / assistance in advance!
If apache is installed from packages, you can get the mpm-worker package from here.
But I suggest you to upgrade to apache-2.4, because apache-2.2 is discontinued

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If apache is installed from packages, you can get the mpm-worker package from here.
But I suggest you to upgrade to apache-2.4, because apache-2.2 is discontinued

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Thank you for your input. Well, I would like to keep apache 2.2 as there is a whole lot missing, for example mod_spamhaus doesn't work in 2.4, mog_qos does not work in 2.4, mod_security does not work in 2.4 and so on and so forth, the list is endless... I would like to keep these modules. I do not suffer from the very-latest-shiny-version-must-have syndrome, I am pretty much OK to use what I like :-)
 
Old 01-06-2019, 07:19 AM   #4
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I do not suffer from the very-latest-shiny-version-must-have syndrome
IMO it's not a syndrome, but the need to be up-to-date for security reasons.
 
Old 01-06-2019, 10:46 PM   #5
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IMO it's not a syndrome, but the need to be up-to-date for security reasons.
Could be but I am not a bank or anything to be that "worried" about security. Plus, the "latest security" misses out on dozens of useful features. I choose to be a tiny bit less secure with older versions and keep the features I like.
 
  


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