Optimizing Apache Server Performance

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Optimizing Apache Server Performance

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Squeezing the most performance out of your Apache server can make difference in how your Web site functions and the impression it makes. Even fractions of a second matter, especially on dynamic sites. This article looks primarily at configuration and installation, two areas where you have the most control. more
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Apache::Session::Generate::ModUsertrack(3pm)		User Contributed Perl Documentation	      Apache::Session::Generate::ModUsertrack(3pm)

Apache::Session::Generate::ModUsertrack - mod_usertrack for session ID generation SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Flex; tie %session, 'Apache::Session::Flex', $id, { Store => 'MySQL', Lock => 'Null', Generate => 'ModUsertrack', Serialize => 'Storable', ModUsertrackCookieName => 'usertrack', # optional }; DESCRIPTION
Apache::Session::Generate::ModUsertrack enables you to use cookie tracked by mod_usertrack as session id for Apache::Session framework. This module fits well with long-term sessions, so better using RDBMS like MySQL for its storage. CONFIGURATION
This module accepts one extra configuration option. ModUsertrackCookieName Specifies cookie name used in mod_usertrack. "Apache" for default, so change this if you change it via "CookieName" directive in mod_usertrack. LIMITATION WITHOUT MOD_PERL This module first tries to fetch named cookie, but will in vain ONLY WHEN the HTTP request is the first one from specific client to the mod_usertrack enabled Apache web server. It is because if the request is for the first time, cookies are not yet baked on clients. If you run scripts under mod_perl, this module tries to steal (not yet baked) cookie from Apache request notes. See Apache for details. AUTHOR
Tatsuhiko Miyagawa <miyagawa@bulknews.net> This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
Apache::Session, Apache::Session::Flex, mod_usertrack perl v5.10.1 2010-10-18 Apache::Session::Generate::ModUsertrack(3pm)

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