Re: Bugzilla can now run as a PSGI application for a huge performance boost

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Re: Bugzilla can now run as a PSGI application for a huge performance boost

Fredrik Jonson-2
LpSolit wrote:

> In case you need some performance boost for your Bugzilla installation,
> you will be happy to know that I wrote a patch to make it work as a PSGI
> application. [...] https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1201113

Improved performance is always fun, so thanks for doing this.

I see that the patches are not planned for 5.0, is the intent to have it in 5.1?

How does bugzilla under PSGI compare to mod_perl? I'm currently running a
installation under mod_perl. Will the general recommendation to migrate to PSGI
when it is accepted in mainline?

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Re: Bugzilla can now run as a PSGI application for a huge performance boost

Frédéric Buclin
Le 05. 10. 15 13:19, Fredrik Jonson a écrit :
> I see that the patches are not planned for 5.0, is the intent to have it in 5.1?

Yes, though that bug has a patch for 5.0 for those who want it. Note
that 5.1 is the version of the development branch. The stable version
will be 6.0.


> How does bugzilla under PSGI compare to mod_perl?

No idea. mod_perl 2.0.8 and older do not work with Apache 2.4, but my
Linux distro has mod_perl 2.0.7 and Apache 2.4.10. They are incompatible
and so I cannot enable it. And mod_perl 2.0.9 doesn't work with Perl
5.22. So I personally don't plan to enable mod_perl one day, but rather
move to nginx + gazelle.

Someone who has Apache 2.2 with mod_perl enabled could do the comparison.


LpSolit

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