code angry: Application gateway via very powerful Perl code

I’ve been banging my head against fastcgi. At a fundamental level, fastcgi is meant to be a CGI gateway allowing multiple simultaneous processes to run at once, to serve pages. Ok. nginx (and Apache, and others) can use fastcgi to run PHP code. Well, Apache can run it “natively” while the others need to run […]

Nginx rules …

I was having lots … and I mean LOTS of trouble with apache 2.2 on the new web server. It simply refused to do vhosts no matter what I did. Debugging it was painful. I’d tried lighttpd in the past, and while I liked some aspects of it better than Apache, it still was hard […]