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Article:
  The PHP Scalability Myth
Subject:   CGI model vs. in-process model
Date:   2003-10-17 12:58:34
From:   anonymous2
Response to: CGI model vs. in-process model

Wrong.


It's all about communication between the server and the program, and if you type something like:


http://mysite.org/foo.php?key=value


you have no idea if CGI is going on on the server. Could be the in-process model, or even something else. (Used to be, it was (almost?) always CGI).


You need to read up.


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    2003-10-17 15:17:31  anonymous2 [View]

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      2003-10-18 02:20:22  anonymous2 [View]

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    2003-10-17 14:18:16  anonymous2 [View]

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      2003-10-18 22:27:53  anonymous2 [View]

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