On Saturday, July 11, 2020 3:14:06 PM MST Gary Buhrmaster wrote:
On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 9:11 PM John M. Harris Jr
> None of this is relevant ... (to) ... a package which is ...
> widely used, however.
You keep making that assertion. Please provide
the audited numbers from a reputable source(*).
(*) Preferably for sites that actually are more than
toys, for which it will takes less time to update the
config then to write an email complaining about the
2 minutes of work any competent admin will have to
There's no reason to "update" any config, php-fpm is just an alternative
option. mod_php still works well, and doesn't need to be replaced by those
currently using it. It's still supported by the upstream, is still widely used
in RHEL, Debian-based systems and so on, and has a few users in Fedora as
well. It doesn't make sense to drop support for this.
It'd be as simple as accepting ngompa's PR, here:
John M. Harris, Jr.