On Nov 10, 2006, at 3:01 PM, Hans de Groot wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I would like to make my own vhost modules in modperl.


I would not do that at all. because of the way mp handles memory and
namespaces, vhosting mod_perl is a nightmare waiting to happen.

mp is really best used in dedicated server situations.

you could use something lightweight like lighttpd or nginx to handle
mass vhosting and then proxy that off to modperl enabled apache.

or write a vhost proxy in modperl that proxies off to other apaches.
but running a vhost service and perl handlers/scripts under modperl
will be a memory & resource nightmare.

// Jonathan Vanasco

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