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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9169] - worker MPM shutdown delays
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 16:55:27 GMT
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worker MPM shutdown delays

jwoolley@apache.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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         OS/Version|MacOS X                     |All
           Platform|Macintosh                   |All
            Summary|Mac OS X (Darwin): worker   |worker MPM shutdown delays
                   |MPM shutdown delays         |



------- Additional Comments From jwoolley@apache.org  2002-05-16 16:55 -------
Note: this PR is very similar though not identical to PR9011.

This was a known issue when we released 2.0.36, but it was better than the 
alternatives which were to (a) further delay the release or (b) leave out the 
patch that let worker shutdown limp along at least this well.  Note that this 
problem does not manifest itself on *all* platforms (for example, I believe 
someone said it works fine on Solaris).  It does this on at least Linux as well 
(and now OSX according to you, thanks for mentioning that).  The problem is 
that the apr_thread_join call doesn't seem to work right or ever return on 
those platforms (possibly a busted pthread library??), so the child process 
sits around doing nothing until the parent process gives up on it and kills it.

We will clean this up in a future release.  It was just a stopgap measure to 
get worker shutdown remotely close to working in order to push 2.0.36 out the 
door.

Thanks,
Cliff

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