Warren Young wrote: > On May 24, 2017, at 9:38 AM, hw <hw at gc-24.de> wrote: >> >> Warren Young schrieb: >>> On May 24, 2017, at 7:05 AM, hw <hw at gc-24.de> wrote: >>>> apache uses mod_perl >>> >>> mod_perl was dropped from Apache in 2.4, and Red Hat followed suit with RHEL 7. >> >> What is it using instead? > > There are various options. We use mod_fcgid + Plack here. I need to look into that when I have time. Test have shown that lighttpd apparently is somewhat faster than apache2, and I´m planning to use it instead of apache for what apache is doing atm. > And atop that, Dancer, if you care. http://perldancer.org/ Join me on the Dancer ML if you want to talk further about it. > >>> I hope this does not strike you as inconsistent with respect to my prior posts, since that would be to construct a false equivalence between abandoned software and maintained stable software that is getting no new features. >> >> Not at all --- the point is that software usually becomes abandoned >> once a more recent version becomes available. > > And that’s what we keep trying to tell you: in the RHEL/CentOS world, that simply is not the case, because there is a multibillion-dollar entity ensuring that it is not so. That´s a good thing, though it can be difficult to run systems using ancient software.