On 03/23/2010 07:49 PM, Paul Ferraro wrote:
During a mod_cluster discussion at the recent clustering team
someone raised the question of creating mod_cluster rpm/deb packages for
inclusion in various non-commercial linux distros (e.g. Fedora, Debian,
etc.) as a way to boost the project's visibility.
Jean-Frederic, I know you've been working on integrating mod_cluster
with httpd trunk. What is the release schedule for httpd 2.4?
The integration is still in a very early stage the slotmem stuff is in
the trunk but it is a bit different to the one we use (and need).
for a while, does it make sense to pursue creating/maintaining separate
mod_cluster packages for various key distros for use with current httpd
each distros uses it own version of httpd it is not very difficult to do
once a box have the distro installed.
Once you have Debian and Fedora the others are easy to get.