On Monday, July 13, 2020 2:59:24 AM MST Joe Orton wrote:
On Sun, Jul 12, 2020 at 02:27:49PM -0700, John M. Harris Jr wrote:
> There's no reason to "update" any config, php-fpm is just an
> 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:
Remi has rejected the PR. There is really nothing more to discuss here,
and I cannot really see you are making a productive contribution to
technical debate in Fedora by continuing this thread, especially given
the misinformation which others have already had to correct.
What "misinformation" are you referring to?
If you are struggling to adapt existing servers from mod_php to
please use the users list to ask for help.
I'm not going to be adapting servers from mod_php to php-fpm. mod_php works
perfectly well, there's no reason to move away from it.
Fedora 33 will not include mod_php - end of story.
That's really a shame, and I don't understand why anyone would choose to
remove such functionality from Fedora. That really hurts Fedora, more than
anything else, and it's entirely needless. This patch doesn't hurt the php
John M. Harris, Jr.