Apache 1.3 vs. 2.2
I am currently running several VMs with 1.3 on them and they are running fine. I like the simplicity of the single setup file for 1.3 vs the funny way 2.2 has two files and they are symlinked or some other BS I really am not sure of.
My question, looking for opinions. Is there any reason to run 2.2? Am I missing some important thing about 2.2 I should know? Some say it is faster, has anyone really experienced this?
I am planning to deploy many more sites and am wondering which way I should be going. Any and all suggestions are welcome.
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