apache2 module to speed up perl scripts by making them persistent
SpeedyCGI is a way to run perl scripts persistently, which usually makes
them run much more quickly because it avoids the overhead of starting
up a new perl interpreter and compiling the perl code.
This package provides an Apache2 module so that SpeedyCGI scripts can be run
without the overhead of doing a fork/exec for each request. Please note that
this package only works with Apache2's prefork MPM or the ITK MPM, as it is
libapache2-mod-speedycgi for Debian
This package provides an Apache2 module so that SpeedyCGI scripts can be
run without the overhead of doing a fork/exec for each request. This is
optional; SpeedyCGI can be used quite effectively without this module.
SpeedyCGI options can be set in the httpd.conf file. The name of the
apache directive will always be Speedy f
speedy-cgi-perl (2.22-13) unstable; urgency=low
* Amend the detach.t fix to dynamically adapt to the system socket
buffer size, fixing build failures on smaller platforms. (Closes: #584344)
-- Niko Tyni <firstname.lastname@example.org> Tue, 24 Aug 2010 21:35:03 +0300
speedy-cgi-perl (2.22-12) unstable; urgency=medium
* Fix detach.t failure on systems with a large socket write buffer size.
Revision history for Perl extension SpeedyCGI.
2.22 Sat Oct 11 20:34:15 PDT 2003
- Redhat9 fixes.
- Better support for setuid under Solaris.
- Fixes for HP-UX 11.22
- Fix for memory leak in speedy_backend reported by James H. Thompson
- speedy_file.c fixes for bugs reported by Dmitri Tikhonov
- Fix from Lars Thegler for buffer overrun in speedy_opt.c
- Add efence malloc debugging.
This package was debianized by Craig Sanders <email@example.com> on
Thu, 15 Jul 1999 18:54:54 +1000
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