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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 27869] - stopping and starting httpd again immediately causes bind() to fail
Date Fri, 26 Mar 2004 12:47:51 GMT
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stopping and starting httpd again immediately causes bind() to fail





------- Additional Comments From misiek@pld.org.pl  2004-03-26 12:47 -------
Because I for example have new version of httpd with security fixes and I want 
to restart it as whole, or because I've modified httpd somehow and want new 
version to be started, or because there is new version from vendor. There is 
bunch of possible reasons.

Since it's perfectly reasonable that start won't work until a stop has
had a chance to finish then why httpd -k stop doesn't wait until it's really 
stopped? Right now httpd -k stop behaviour doesn't give any information whether 
httpd stopped or not.

Also why SO_REUSEADDR option on socket can't be used? It would help.

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