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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 44034] - mpm_winnt doesn't call monitor hook
Date Mon, 31 Dec 2007 05:11:29 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2007-12-30 21:11 -------
Win32 doesn't have the same process separation model as unix, so this one
isn't trivial to solve.

It would seem trivial to execute this monitor in the 'parent'.  However,
the parent actually isn't interrelated to the children in the same way
as on unix.  On Windows, there is a process loop in the child itself which
does all of the work, and the parent simply pauses until the child dies,
or until the server is told to shut down (and it signals the child as such).

So... the answer would appear to be, add the monitor hook to the parent.
But we need to be aware that things like the error log, listening sockets
etc, are actually being controlled by the child at that point.

So more information on your use case would be very interesting, since it's
really the users that dictate how we should fix this.

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