[Mongrel] [slightly offtopic] A small, fast Apache2.2 (if there is such a thing)

Zack Chandler zackchandler at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 11:29:56 EDT 2006

On 8/25/06, snacktime <snacktime at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm not sure how what the syntax is with apache2, I think it's
> something like --enable-static-modname, to compile apache with modules
> linked statically instead of as a DSO. Depends on the module, but in
> some cases there is a significant performance boost.  It will use a
> bit less memory also.  Downside is that you have to recompile the
> whole server every time you need to update a module.  Also, you don't
> gain anything by not compiling DSO's.  In other words, the difference
> between compiling a DSO module and then commenting it out in
> httpd.conf so it's not loaded, is the same as never compiling it in
> the first place.
> Statically linking everything can be a real pain.  You will probably
> get what you want by just commenting out the modules you don't need in
> httpd.conf.
> Chris
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  I was wondering about compiling w/ options vs. simply commenting out
the LoadModule directives... if you have a reference on this (in terms
of how it effects memory usage and speed) please send the link.


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