Published on : June 11, 2010 by George K.
Preface We had seen the details of setting up PHP as an apache module. An Apache module is compiled into the Apache binary, so the PHP interpreter runs in the Apache process, meaning that when Apache spawns a child, each process already contains a binary image of PHP. The obvious advantage of using PHP as […]
Published on : by George K.
Like in the case of all apache modules,in apache mod_php you can either compile PHP as a static module or compile it as a dynamic module. In the case of static module , you can’t perform any modification for the module without recompiling the binary to which it is attached. For eg. you can’t add […]