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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 43534] - mod_perl and FastCGI fails on Windows
Date Sun, 06 Jan 2008 17:09:47 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2008-01-06 09:09 -------
Troubles with this patch; it doesn't mirror unix behavior (which is actually
right in this case) and it introduces a service regression just as the earlier
patch I committed introduced a console regression.

The unix behavior is that the stdout channel should be fixed at the moment that 
configure is finished.  This ensures any normal emits from perl, etc are seen
in the parent by the user.  I'm working to track down where that happens, it
may be at daemonize() and actually embedded in apr, and I'm looking at a best
solution to mirror unix.

The regression is that stdio (and stderr and stdin) are third rails in a service
that we can't touch before they have been repaired.  The existing location of
the stdout substitution can't and won't be changed.

Thanks for the patch and the thorough explanation on dev@httpd, I'm proceeding
with the patch that will resolve this without modifying unix nor services.



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