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From "Sander Striker" <stri...@apache.org>
Subject RE: Terminating threads in a process, WAS: RE: [PATCH] Problems with MPM threaded
Date Sat, 14 Jul 2001 19:16:17 GMT
Right, changed the subject line again, the typo was hurting my
eyes and I wouldn't want a thread with that subj. line.
Sorry for reposting.

Justin:
>> By having the possibility of having other children processes, you now
>> need a mechanism to kill all threads in the same process efficiently.
>> You'd need to kick them out of the accept mutex, but I'm not seeing
>> how that's going to happen quickly.  -- justin
 
Ryan:
> You need to be able to kill all threads in a process efficiently
> regardless.  We will always need to be able to re-spawn processes that
> die, and we will always have the concept of MaxRequestsPerChild.  If a
> process is going to die and be replaced, then we need to kill all the
> threads in that process as quickly as possible.  Only allowing one
> process at a time doesn't remove that requirement.

The way I see it, each process has a single pool instance as the parent
for all the threads. Resetting or destroying that pool should effectively
kill all threads. What am I missing?

Sander


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