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No not necessarily, it really depends on what your concerns are. If, as it appears is the case, you are stuck with a mod_perl enabled Apache then you are going to have much the same size of httpd process anyway so you might as well use the mod_perl to handle the dynamic content, you can monitor the load on the server and tune the configuration (as I mentioned earlier) but if you have mod_perl already loaded then it will have no impact on the handling of static content whether you use it or not.

I'm beginning to think that you might be better asking these questions somewhere more specifically concerned with apache configuration issues.

/J\


In reply to Re^4: mod_perl without separate config for static HTML? by gellyfish
in thread mod_perl without separate config for static HTML? by gunzip

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