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  • Anyone Running vBulletin on Apache 2?

    Is anyone here running vBulletin on Apache 2? Apparently, there's a bug in Apache 2, and I want to see if I'm the only one experiencing it.

  • #2
    I was, but I was having problems with uploads, so I took it back down to 1.3.23
    Hello :)

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    • #3
      there was also a cookie problem with apache 2 and php you had to add

      PHP Code:
      define('USE_COOKIE_WORKAROUND'1); 
      to your config.php
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      • #4
        I would try running Apache 2 locally but ZoneAlarm and Apache don't play nicely...and unlike the suggestion of the Apache dev team I'm not about to uninstall ZA just to run Apache 2.

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        • #5
          I'm pretty sure PHP and Apache 2 are production quality yet either - PHP is not thread-safe, but Apache 2 modules need to be thread-safe.
          John Percival

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          • #6
            Originally posted by John
            I'm pretty sure PHP and Apache 2 are production quality yet either
            'Are' or 'aren't'?
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            • #7
              I'm running a couple of testboards on localhost with Apache/2.0.43 (Win32) PHP/4.3.0-dev uploads work fine, the only error I get is:

              The instruction at "x" referenced memory at "x". The memory could not be "read".
              Which comes and goes, but has only just started happening.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Steve Machol
                'Are' or 'aren't'?
                He meant aren't.

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                • #9
                  ^ what Kevin said

                  And I think that error message there is a consequence of the lack of multi-threading ability.
                  John Percival

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tubedogg
                    I would try running Apache 2 locally but ZoneAlarm and Apache don't play nicely...and unlike the suggestion of the Apache dev team I'm not about to uninstall ZA just to run Apache 2.
                    Very odd.. I used Apache 2 and Zonealarm, I dont have any problems.. =\

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by John
                      I'm pretty sure PHP and Apache 2 are not production quality yet either - PHP is not thread-safe, but Apache 2 modules need to be thread-safe.
                      this should not be a concern since the default for apache2.0 build is the "prefork MPM" which works and acts like apache1.3. It you want apache to work as a threaded server then you'd set -with-mpm=worker during the configure, but php is not thread-safe so the point is moot at this time.

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