On 10/17/07, Mark Maunder wrote:
> Assuming threaded and prefork work equally well in my config, doesn't
> it therefore make sense to run a threaded MPM with a small interpreter
> pool instead of running prefork with a reverse proxy?

Well, you're going to use more memory with threads, but if you don't
mind that then there's no reason I know of to avoid it.

I should also add that since I don't run threads my information on how
the worker MPM works is all second hand. The memory thing is pretty
well established though.

- Perrin