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Alex,

PHP tries to do some funny things as well, to gain speed. It's internals are somewhat similar to mod_perl in that respect, so that may be the problem.

I don't know enough about it to know for sure. But the reason PHP seems faster than Perl, is that it's embedded into the server, like mod_perl. So, it would (theoretically) suffer from the same problems. It really should only be compared to mod_perl for speed, but everyone says it's faster than PERL.

The reason jump.cgi would report errors is 1) links error reporting is better than most programs, and 2) it's probably the single most called script on a site.


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Thread jump.cgi - too many connections? ethan 4456 Nov 29, 2000, 9:30 PM
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