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Its weired that even after I 1) changed the file name from "php.conf" to "php.bak" (so that the php module wouldn't be loaded); and 2) enabled
"HTTPD=/usr/sbin/httpd.worker" in "/etc/sysconfig/httpd".

After I restarted the httpd service successfully (no conflict with php), I still found that the "prefork" MPM was running in the server.
[root@poplar sysconfig]# httpd -l
Compiled in modules:
core.c
prefork.c
http_core.c
mod_so.c

Any ideas?

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Last Post by sn4rf3r
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you need to recompile with the desired modules.
Also, it is a really really really bad idea to rename a script witha .bak extension since the server will deliver the script unparsed and exposing all your logic and or the keys to your server.

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How to recompile?

How to appropriately handle the conflict between "work" and php?


Thanks.

you need to recompile with the desired modules.
Also, it is a really really really bad idea to rename a script witha .bak extension since the server will deliver the script unparsed and exposing all your logic and or the keys to your server.

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