Practical mod_perl

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Part I: mod_perl Administration
Chapter 1: Introducing CGI and mod_perl
Chapter 2: Getting Started Fast
Chapter 3: Installing mod_perl
Chapter 4: mod_perl Configuration
Chapter 5: Web Server Control, Monitoring, Upgrade, and Maintenance
Chapter 6: Coding with mod_perl in Mind
Part II: mod_perl Performance
Chapter 7: Identifying Your Performance Problems
Chapter 8: Choosing a Platform for the Best Performance
Chapter 9: Essential Tools for Performance Tuning
Chapter 10: Improving Performance with Shared Memory and Proper Forking
Chapter 11: Tuning Performance by Tweaking Apache's Configuration
Chapter 12: Server Setup Strategies
Chapter 13: TMTOWTDI: Convenience and Habit Versus Performance
Chapter 14: Defensive Measures for Performance Enhancement
Chapter 15: Improving Performance Through Build Options
Chapter 16: HTTP Headers for Optimal Performance
Part III: Databases and mod_perl
Chapter 17: Databases Overview
Chapter 18: mod_perl Data-Sharing Techniques
Chapter 19: DBM and mod_perl
Chapter 20: Relational Databases and mod_perl
Part IV: Debugging and Troubleshooting
Chapter 21: Error Handling and Debugging
Chapter 22: Troubleshooting mod_perl
Chapter 23: Getting Help and Online Resources
Part V: mod_perl 2.0
Chapter 24: mod_perl 2.0: Installation and Configuration
Chapter 25: Programming for mod_perl 2.0
Part VI: Appendixes
Appendix A: mod_perl Recipes
Appendix B: Apache Perl Modules
Appendix C: ISPs Providing mod_perl Services
Appendix D: The Template Toolkit
Appendix E: The AxKit XML Application Server
Appendix F: HTTP Status Codes