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Default Prefork vs Worker

Hello everyone,

I found that worker mpm works better than prefork on search through google.

correct me if am wrong.

one is located here http://www.camelrichard.org/apache-prefork-vs-worker

so how can i install worker mpm with ispconfig?

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If you use mod_php, you must use the prefork mpm, AFAIK.
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hi falko,

Ty for responding,

I use fast-cgi. but i found that worker mpm is not installed, so basically my question is how can i install it without disturbing the ispconfig ?
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