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      Improving mod_perl Driven Site's Performance - Part 8: Performance Tuning by Tweaking Apache Config   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    In this article we continue talking about how to optimize your site for performance without touching code, buying new hardware or telling casts. A simple httpd.conf configuration changes can improve the performance tremendously.

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      Installation of mod_perl enabled Apache Without Superuser Privileges   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    As you have seen from my previous articles, mod_perl enabled Apache consists of two main components: Perl modules and Apache itself. While installing Apache without root privileges is a very easy task, one should know how to install Perl modules in non-system wide location. In this article I'll show different ways to tackle this task.

    In the examples used in this article I'll use stas as a username, and /home/stas as a home directory of that user.

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      Intro to mod_perl   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    In this article I'll give an initial introduction to mod_perl, make you want to give it a try and present a few examples of the well known sites that are powered by mod_perl enabled Apache.

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      The Perl Basics You Need To Know   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    Before I delve into the details of mod_perl programming in the future articles it's probably a very good idea to review some very important Perl basics. You will discover these invaluable when you start coding for mod_perl. I will start with pure Perl notes and gradually move to explaining the peculiarities of coding for mod_perl, presenting the traps one might fall into and explaining things obvious for some of us but may be not for the others.

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      The Perl Basics You Need To Know (Part II)   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    In this article we continue to talk about the essential Perl basics, that you should know before starting to program for mod_perl.

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      The Perl Basics You Need To Know (Part III)   

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    Date Published: 2002-08-26

    This article is a third one in a series talking about the essential Perl basics, that you should know before starting to program for mod_perl.

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