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Apache: SPDY Implementation conflicts with non-threadsafe Modules like mod_php

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I am planning to upgrade my apache2.2 to 2.4., i have 2 questions before where i need your help.

Former SPDY Implementation conflicts with non-threadsafe Modules like mod_php. To use SPDY it is necessary to use worker-mpm and php-cgi.
Now HTTP/2 is new standard and i would like to know if HTTP/2 Implementation has same conflicts with non-threadsafe Modules like mod_php. As far as I know HTTP/2 is based on SPDY.

I have some non-standard Modules compiled and packaged for Apache2.2. Is it possible to use these Modules again on Apache2.4 or is it necessary to compile all new for new Apacheversion?

posted Jun 30, 2015 by anonymous

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