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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40328] - [error] (35)Resource temporarily unavailable: couldn't create child process: 35
Date Tue, 05 Sep 2006 14:42:54 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2006-09-05 14:42 -------
>Was that taking into account when Apache 2.1/2.2
>was being written?
>If not, why not?

Who knows?  That has been a long time ago.  Certainly it was tested with
non-Bash default system shells on several platforms, but that is not really the
big picture on how portability issues are considered and implemented.

Generally speaking:

The OSs accounted for in any given level of the source are those actually used
by the developers and other contributers.

For major design issues, a reasonable attempt will be made to avoid creating
APIs or features which can't possibly be implemented in the future on platforms
we know about.  (There is no requirement that it actually work on every platform
when first implemented.)

For features like this which have portability concerns, it is expected that
if/when it breaks on some platform, somebody who wants it to work on that
platform will report the issue and help figure out how to make it work.  We're
not going to keep features out because there might just be a platform where it
doesn't work.


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