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Re^7: Question about the most efficient way to read Apache log files without All-In-One Modules from CPAN (personal learning exercise)

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on Jun 18, 2015 at 17:24 UTC ( #1131031=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^6: Question about the most efficient way to read Apache log files without All-In-One Modules from CPAN (personal learning exercise)
in thread Question about the most efficient way to read Apache log files without All-In-One Modules from CPAN (personal learning exercise)

Don't mistake adding explanation for endorsement :) But I dare say the originators of thing[n+1] would be insulted if you insisted they were merely recreating thing[n].

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[vedagiri89]: CentOS Linux release 7.0.1406 (Core)
[hippo]: How did you install libapreq2?
[vedagiri89]: that one is done by system team from the tar i guess
[hippo]: Really? Not using the one from the CentOS repository? Perhaps that's the problem.
[vedagiri89]: i need when this issue will come usually
[hippo]: How about mod_perl? Was that installed from the CentOS packge or from source?
[vedagiri89]: from the source
[hippo]: But APR.pm is under vendor_perl in your error message so you are mixing up modules installed from the packager and by hand. That's rarely a good plan.
[vedagiri89]: the prm is..works fine if i run file directly..not working if i run through apache http file

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