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Upgrade Apache 1.3.x/PHP 4.3.6 to Apache 2.x/PHP 5

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#1 fletchsod

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Posted 04 October 2005 - 10:00 PM

Is there something I should know about on upgrading to Apache 2.x with PHP 5.1.x from Apache 1.3.x with PHP 4.3.6?? I know PHP 5.1.x isn't really that out yet but it would be in January when I start migrating the large website over.

Will there be performance issues? Problem that I should be aware of?

I just wanna make sure because Apache/PHP is not the only thing I will be upgrading with. I'll be switching the database from DB2 to MySQL as well. It's a lot of work for a large website here. :-)


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Posted 04 October 2005 - 10:01 PM

apache: here.
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#3 fletchsod

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Posted 05 October 2005 - 12:52 PM

Um, didn't know about this...

Please note that mod_ssl is only for Apache 1.x. Apache 2.x does not use mod_ssl -- SSL is built into Apache 2.x.

I might would be in for a surprise if something else is new....

Edit: Saw other post via Google which said Apache 2.x doesn't need one because it have a built-in ones...

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