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Is it worth it? I think i would like to.. but i got my server running so nicely I'm afraid to risk it. I have it set up with PHP, ...
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- 09-30-2005 #1
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Converting from apache 1.3 to 2.0
Is it worth it? I think i would like to.. but i got my server running so nicely I'm afraid to risk it. I have it set up with PHP, MySQL, and SSI. Would getting those working be hard to redo? Would I have to reinstall php/mysql? Can i have 1.3 and 2.0 (maybe only run 1 at startup) at the same time or would config files conflict? Will installation of these things be much different (i use apt)?
I know its a bunch of question and im sorry, but im looking for people with first hand experience who can help.
- 09-30-2005 #2
If you have no security issues (i.e. there are no security exploits that you're going to be vulnerable to), then there isn't a lot of point upgrading unless there is some specific features you need.
That said, as you use apt, you can backup your config and your web pages, and give it a go - you can always uninstall it later if things dont go so well and re-install the previous version.Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/