I’ve seen a lot of articles on these two, that is, if they actually are different; referring to FastCGI, but using <Ifmodule mod_fcgid.c> and so on.
I’ve managed to get mod_fastcgi running on my Debian Etch server. But I hear a lot of people tell me that mod_fastcgi is old, use the ‘binary compatible alternative’ (i still don’t know what that really means), mod_fcgid.
Well, what confuses me is this. Debian repository has available two different builds of apache, libapache2-mod-fcgid, and libapache2-mod-fastcgi. If I install either of them, I get a separate main configuration for each (fcgid.conf and fastcgi.conf respectively).
Now I’m wondering is there actually any difference to the directives which can be used in the configuration files (such as the ones here), regarding ‘fastcgi’ as being the globally used term? or is there a separate bunch of configuration directives for each package?<br><br>Post edited by: szalinski, at: 2009/03/17 16:46