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From Josh Chamas <j...@chamas.com>
Subject Re: finding OK internal server error message
Date Sun, 25 Jul 2004 02:21:43 GMT
john z wrote:
> tks for the direction. i uninstalled apache-asp. went into 
> site\lib\ppm.xml and adjusted the record so that uwinnipeg is the first 
> repository. installed with ppm. did a query to verify. went to the 
> apache\asp.pm to verify manually.
> tried the system. and no failure messages after 30 screens.
> 
> so it seems the problem was a quirk in ppm 2.1.6 which unfixed something 
> that was fixed in apache-asp.
> 
> on the positive side of the problem, it did strongly encourage me to 
> look at handlers with modperl. which  happened to provide an approach to 
> taking http trafffic at a central site and farming it in very specific 
> ways to other servers.
> 

And they mod_perl'd happily ever after :-)

Its really amazing how powerful the mod_perl environment is.  Really unprecedented
I think in web development the power and ease it provides, and you are right
it was a good excuse to check things out in a deeper way.

Regards,

Josh

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