[Catalyst] [OT] building perl with threads
danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Sat Sep 30 11:27:03 CEST 2006
On 9/30/06, Tobias Kremer <t at funkreich.de> wrote:
> Daniel McBrearty schrieb:
> > now I have the hang of building apache/perl from source ...
> > what's the rationale behind the "perl is normally built with thread
> > support OFF in a production environment"?
> > is that what is recommended for cat under mod_perl / fastcgi?
> AFAIK, if you don't really need threads you should not enable them
> because this could have an impact on the overall performance of your
> So to answer your questions: Yes, it's recommended to compile perl
> without any kind of thread-support for best Catalyst performance.
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