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#1: mod_perl 2.0.5 Centos 6 rpms

Posted on 2011-09-26 19:51:49 by Fred Moyer

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For those Centos 6 users here looking for mod_perl 2.0.5, I rolled a few rpms. Centos 6 is awesome, and so is mod_perl 2.0.5. Double awesomeness.

Standard disclaimer - these rpms have no warranty, are licensed under the same terms as Perl. They may come into your kitchen at night and empty any the bags of flour all over the kitchen, so use with caution. Test on your testing systems before deploying to production. Feedback welcome.

http://people.apache.org/~phred/mod_perl-2.0.5-1.src.rpm
http://people.apache.org/~phred/mod_perl-2.0.5-1.i386.rpm
http://people.apache.org/~phred/mod_perl-devel-2.0.5-1.i386. rpm


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#2: Re: mod_perl 2.0.5 Centos 6 rpms

Posted on 2011-09-27 19:13:10 by Dave Morgan

On 26/09/11 11:51 AM, Fred Moyer wrote:
> For those Centos 6 users here looking for mod_perl 2.0.5, I rolled a few rpms.

Thank you Fred, I cannot (but I'll try :) explain how useful this is to us.

We started with mod-perl around 1999, I believe. We used/had to do
do every thing by hand. A typical web server machine build
took 2 to 4 days and involved:

in rare cases make and install gcc
install the base linux distribution
make and install a custom kernel
make and install required kernel modules
make and install perl 5
make and install apache, mod-perl, mod-ssl etc.

I am sure I am missing stuff. There were no central repositories.
You had to visit each source site manually. The software stack was
rarely updated, once you got it working you left it alone ;)

Now we build a machine in 2-4 hours;
- linux install
- yum install *many things*
- yum update

Thank you once again.

Dave
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Dave Morgan
Operations Manager, Cool Places In Canada
http://www.coolplaces.ca
dave.morgan@coolplaces.ca
403 288 8759

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#3: Re: mod_perl 2.0.5 Centos 6 rpms

Posted on 2011-09-28 19:45:42 by Fred Moyer

On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 10:13 AM, Dave Morgan <dave.morgan@coolplaces.ca> wrote:
> On 26/09/11 11:51 AM, Fred Moyer wrote:
>>
>> For those Centos 6 users here looking for mod_perl 2.0.5, I rolled a few
>> rpms.
>
> Thank you Fred, I cannot (but I'll try :) explain how useful this is to us.

No problem, I submitted these rpms to the Centos devel list and it
looks like they'll be getting pushed upstream for Centos 6, and
possibly Centos 5 also.


>
> We started with mod-perl around 1999, I believe. We used/had to do
> do every thing by hand. A typical web server machine build
> took 2 to 4 days and involved:
>
> in rare cases make and install gcc
> install the base linux distribution
> make and install a custom kernel
> make and install required kernel modules
> make and install perl 5
> make and install apache, mod-perl, mod-ssl etc.
>
> I am sure I am missing stuff. There were no central repositories.
> You had to visit each source site manually. The software stack was
> rarely updated, once you got it working you left it alone ;)
>
> Now we build a machine in 2-4 hours;
> - linux install
> - yum install *many things*
> - yum update
>
> Thank you once again.
>
> Dave
> --
> Dave Morgan
> Operations Manager, Cool Places In Canada
> http://www.coolplaces.ca
> dave.morgan@coolplaces.ca
> 403 288 8759
>

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