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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28923] - Invalid argument for SSLMutex in ./docs/conf/ssl-std.conf.in
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 21:45:28 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From eflash@gmx.net  2005-08-29 23:45 -------
(In reply to comment #4)
> SSLMutex file:xxx is non-portable.
> 
> SSLMutex default is portable, but doesn't accept an argument.
> 
> I've suggested in the past that we allow 'default' to accept a filename
> string, to be used or discarded at the will of APR (or even stripped to
> make a name or numeric token for those platforms with more cryptic 
> semaphore identifiers.)  This is probably the right approach, and I'll
> revisit the idea so that we can adopt
> 
>   SSLMutex default:logs/ssl.mutex
> 
> as the 'stock' convention.

ok, also a solution; 
but why not just setting the proper defaults at compile-time as already done 
with the keywords in mod_ssl.c, see around line 50 where we see that only 
'default' and 'none' are always available...
so the default can be set finally after all defines and depending on those, and 
the mutex setting in ssl.conf is then optional.
In addition I'm asking me if we cant do it already with IfModule magic, f.e. 
with asking for the mpm module...


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