Installing RT w/o mod_perl

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I am installing rt-2.0.14 w/ pgsql support, and I am encountering a problem
with Apache::Cookie. it requires libareq, which requires mod_perl. The
intent was to use FastCGI instead of mod_perl (since my understanding is
that mod_perl as a DSO is still flaky) Do I still have to install mod_perl
even if I am planning to use FastCGI to display the web interface? If not,
how do I get around this dependency issue? (or if anyone is running mod_perl
w/ RT as a DSO, that would be great to hear as well) :slight_smile:

Thanks - Peter


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“PL” == Peter Losher Peter_Losher@isc.org writes:

PL> how do I get around this dependency issue? (or if anyone is
PL> running mod_perl w/ RT as a DSO, that would be great to hear as
PL> well) :slight_smile:

mod_perl runs just fine as a DSO. the only issue i have is a massive
memory leak on restart, so I never do that – I just stop/start the
server.

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Hash: SHA1On Tuesday 10 September 2002 12:35 pm, Vivek Khera wrote:

mod_perl runs just fine as a DSO. the only issue i have is a massive
memory leak on restart, so I never do that – I just stop/start the
server.

Unfortunately mod_perl has issues w/ anything above perl 5.005 (this box is
using 5.8) on the platform I am installing from (OSF/Alpha), so this may not
be an option now. How have those using FastCGI dealt with this issue…

In any case, this shouldn’t affect using the CLI interface for now while I
figure out how to get webRT running.

Thanks -


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