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Old 01-31-2006, 02:01 PM   #1
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Apache + Suse 9.3 + MPM worker

Hey guys,

one of my machines at work hosts a project which had a significant increase of users lately. (about 30 000 a day from 10 000).

My distro is Suse 9.3 and I am using apache 2.0.50.
Since apache still uses the prefork method as default I wanted to change it to "worker" as MPM.

The problem:

I need to recompile apache with the worker option. But therefor I need all the options for the configure command that were used the first time.

So is there a way to adept the original configure options?


Old 01-31-2006, 02:22 PM   #2
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If you have used a SUSE rpm of apache, you can try to find the corresponding src.rpm (should be on the installation medium or available from an online repository). This contains the original configuration and you can apply the changes and recompile it easily.


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