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SubjectRe: Why doesn't Apache/Stronghold like Linux 2.0.x?

Joshua M. Thompson wrote:
> On Mon, 9 Dec 1996, David N. Cicalo wrote:
> > We are experiencing the same problems as well as you've described. To
> > be noted though, the problem occurs on AIX and NT platforms as well.
> > One user has confirmed that the problem did not exist on Apache 1.0.3.
> > Therefore, I must suggest that the problem lie in either Apache/
> > Stronghold or possibly even GNU compilation, though I suspect the latter
> > to be less probable.
> I didn't _used_ to have this problem with Apache 1.1.1.. As I said, it
> started appearing somewhere in the early 2.0s. Something in the kernel
> changed -- it's possible that the changes fixed something that Apache
> assumes is wrong.
> > IMHO, I believe this is an issue we must bring up with Apache/Stronghold
> > directly, if someone has not done so already.
> I did email Stronghold support -- they say it's the kernel and suggested
> trying a "more stable kernel." Blah, I say. :)

You can try kernel 2.0.28 when it comes out.
It should be "more stable" than 2.0.27 :)

Chai Harjo

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