[CentOS] httpd-filesystem in 7.3 ??

Mon Nov 14 12:57:30 UTC 2016
Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org>

On 11/11/2016 09:20 AM, Alice Wonder wrote:
> Does anyone know if the Apache httpd in CentOS 7.3 rebase is going to
> use the httpd-filesystem that Fedora is now using?
> I understand it has some advantages to some people with how PHP is run.
> I'm not advocating for it I just would like to know as I maintain a
> LibreSSL LAMP stack and need to know if I need to look at the Fedora
> packaging to update my own packaging so I can remain as close to 7.3
> style as reasonably possible.

They backport security changes and enhancements back into server
components like httpd within a major (ie CentOS-5, CentOS-6, CentOS-7)
release.  So likely no.

The version of httpd in 7.3:  httpd-2.4.6-45.el7.src.rpm

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