is an Apache module that greatly speeds up Perl CGI
applications by pre-loading the Perl interpreter and compiling Perl scripts only once - it can be used with TWiki with no code changes. It is already used by some TWiki sites on both Unix/Linux and Windows. For more background, see http://perl.apache.org/
. See also ModPerlProxied
for configuration with the Advanced Extranet Server. (http://www.advx.org
The complete "Practical mod_perl"
book is available online under the terms of the CreativeCommons "Attribution Share-Alike License"
For cookbook guides to setting up
/WindowsModPerlInstallCookbook. Some detail mentioned in either may apply to the other environment as well. If you have trouble, read both topics. See also SelectiveModPerl
for instructions on how to enable mod_perl for only certain scripts.
A lot of older material has been removed; if you are researching a problem, and are really stuck, you might try looking back at previous versions of this topic
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Background on, and discussion of issues with mod_perl and using it with TWiki
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CategoryCgiAccelerators, AddFastCGISupport, FastCGI, ModPerlAlternatives, SpeedyCGI, TWikiWithModPerlQuality, PackageTWikiStore, TWikiPerformance, SelectiveModPerl, ShouldHtaccessBeOptimized
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