Apache Web Server Upgrade Now Available
We are pleased to announce that version 1.3.11 of the
Apache Web Server is now available on
the FreeBSD Virtual Servers. If you have an existing FreeBSD server
running Apache 1.2.6, you will be able to upgrade to 1.3.11 by running a
simple upgrade program. All new Virtual Server orders placed after 7 p.m.
MST on Wednesday, March 28 will include Apache 1.3.11 as the default web
Apache 1.3.11 Features
Apache 1.3.11 is the best version of Apache currently available.
New features include improved performance, security, and functionality.
Apache 1.3.11 includes many new modules. This modular design for adding
web server features gives web administrators and developers tremendous
power and flexibility. A wide variety of Apache modules have been
created supporting all kinds of exciting web server features. Web server
speed and efficiency is improved when using Apache modules since your
Virtual Server web server can internally process instruction sets rather
than relying on external applications.
- Additional Modules
New modules including mod_perl,
mod_jserv (java servlets), mod_proxy, and mod_php are available with
- APXS Support
Apache 1.3.11 supports the APXS (APache eXtenSion) tool.
APXS allows you to compile and link your own dynamic shared object (DSO)
- Version Control
You can choose if you upgrade to Apache 1.3.11 or if
you continue to use Apache 1.2.6. As additional versions of Apache are
made available in the future, upgrading will be simple.
- Backwards Compatibility
Apache 1.3.11 is backwards compatible with the
virtual hosting configuration of Apache 1.2.6. Upgrading to Apache 1.3.11
will NOT require your VirtualHost configurations to be changed.
How To Upgrade
We have written a simple program that will allow you to easily
Upgrade Your Virtual Server Apache
in just a few seconds.
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