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From p..@hyperreal.org
Subject cvs commit: apache-1.3/src/modules/standard mod_so.c
Date Fri, 06 Feb 1998 18:16:46 GMT
pcs         98/02/06 10:16:46

  Modified:    src/modules/standard mod_so.c
  Log:
  Make LoadModule and LoadFile work correctly across restarts (i.e.
  by unloading the loaded modules/files, then reloading when the config
  file is read again).
  
  Add longer commentary about how to use the module (which could become
  a part of the documentation when this module become non-experimental).
  
  Properly report errors during LoadFile.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.3       +125 -36   apache-1.3/src/modules/standard/mod_so.c
  
  Index: mod_so.c
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache-1.3/src/modules/standard/mod_so.c,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -u -r1.2 -r1.3
  --- mod_so.c	1998/02/04 10:22:18	1.2
  +++ mod_so.c	1998/02/06 18:16:45	1.3
  @@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
   /* ====================================================================
  - * Copyright (c) 1995-1997 The Apache Group.  All rights reserved.
  + * Copyright (c) 1995-1998 The Apache Group.  All rights reserved.
    *
    * Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
    * modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions
  @@ -51,7 +51,58 @@
    *
    */
   
  -/* How to create .so files on various platforms:
  +/* 
  + * This module is used to load Apache modules at runtime. This means
  + * that the server functionality can be extended without recompiling
  + * and even without taking the server down at all!
  + *
  + * To use, you'll first need to build your module as a shared library, then
  + * update your configuration (httpd.conf) to get the Apache core to
  + * load the module at start-up.
  + *
  + * The easiest way to build a module as a shared library is to use the
  + * "SharedModule" command in the Configuration file, instead of AddModule.
  + * You should also change the file extension from .o to .so. So, for example,
  + * to build the status module as a shared library edit Configuration
  + * and change
  + *   AddModule    modules/standard/mod_status.o
  + * to
  + *   SharedModule modules/standard/mod_status.so
  + *
  + * Run Configure and make. Now Apache's httpd will _not_ include
  + * mod_status. Instead a shared library called mod_status.so will be
  + * build, in the modules/standard directory. You can build any or all
  + * modules as shared libraries like this.
  + *
  + * To use the shared module, move the .so file(s) into an appropriate
  + * directory. You might like to create a directory called "modules" under
  + * you server root for this (e.g. /usr/local/httpd/modules). 
  + *
  + * Then edit your conf/httpd.conf file, and add LoadModule lines. For
  + * example
  + *   LoadModule  status_module   modules/mod_status.so
  + *
  + * The first argument is the module's structure name (look at the
  + * end of the module source to find this). The second option is
  + * the path to the module file, relative to the server root.
  + * Put these directives right at the top of your httpd.conf file.
  + *
  + * Now you can start Apache. A message will be logged at "debug" level
  + * to your error_log to confirm that the module(s) are loaded (use
  + * "LogLevel debug" directive to get these log messages).
  + *
  + * If you edit the LoadModule directives while the server is live you
  + * can get Apache to re-load the modules by sending it a HUP or USR1
  + * signal as normal. You can use this to dynamically change the 
  + * capability of your server without bringing it down.
  + *
  + * Apache's Configure currently only creates shared modules on
  + * Linux 2 and FreeBSD systems. 
  + */
  +
  +/* More details about shared libraries:
  + *
  + * How to create .so files on various platforms:
   
      FreeBSD:
         "gcc -fpic" to compile
  @@ -120,36 +171,63 @@
   #define RTLD_LAZY 1
   #endif
   
  -/*
  - * The hard part of implementing LoadModule is deciding what to do about
  - * rereading the config files.  This proof-of-concept implementation takes the 
  - * cheap way out:  we only actually load the modules the first time through.
  - */
  -
  -static int been_there_done_that = 0; /* Loaded the modules yet? */
   static int have_symbol_table = 0;
   
   #ifndef NO_DLOPEN
  +
  +/* This is the cleanup for a loaded DLL. It unloads the module.
  + * This is called as a cleanup function.
  + */
  +
  +void unload_module(module *modp)
  +{
  +    char mod_name[50];		/* Um, no pool, so make this static */
  +
  +    /* Take a copy of the module name so we can report that it has been
  +     * unloaded (since modp itself will have been unloaded). */
  +    strncpy(mod_name, modp->name, 49);
  +    mod_name[49] = '\0';
  +
  +    remove_module(modp);
  +
  +    /* The Linux manpage doesn't give any way to check the success of
  +     * dlclose() */
  +    dlclose(modp->dynamic_load_handle);
  +
  +    aplog_error(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_DEBUG|APLOG_NOERRNO, NULL,
  +		"unloaded module %s", mod_name);
  +}
  +
  +/* unload_file is the cleanup routine for files loaded by
  + * load_file(). Unfortunately we don't keep a record of the filename
  + * that was loaded, so we can't report the unload for debug purposes
  + * or include the filename in error message.
  + */
  +
  +void unload_file(void *handle)
  +{
  +    /* The Linux manpage doesn't give any way to check the success of
  +     * dlclose() */
  +    dlclose(handle);
  +}
  +
  +/* load_module is called for the directive LoadModule 
  + */
  +
   static const char *load_module (cmd_parms *cmd, void *dummy, char *modname, char *filename)
   {
       void *modhandle;
       module *modp;
       const char *szModuleFile=server_root_relative(cmd->pool, filename);
   
  -    if (been_there_done_that) return NULL;
  -    
       if (!(modhandle = dlopen(szModuleFile, RTLD_NOW)))
         {
   	const char *my_error = dlerror();
   	return pstrcat (cmd->pool, "Cannot load ", szModuleFile,
  -			" into server: ", my_error, ":",  dlerror(),
  +			" into server: ", my_error,
   			NULL);
         }
    
  -    /* If I knew what the correct cast is here, I'd be happy. But 
  -     * I don't. So I'll use (void *). It works.
  -     */
  -
       aplog_error(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_DEBUG|APLOG_NOERRNO, NULL,
   		"loaded module %s", modname);
   
  @@ -162,8 +240,17 @@
   			" in file ", filename, ":", dlerror(), NULL);
       }
   	
  +    modp->dynamic_load_handle = modhandle;
  +
       add_module (modp);
   
  +    /* Register a cleanup in the config pool (normally pconf). When
  +     * we do a restart (or shutdown) this cleanup will cause the
  +     * DLL to be unloaded.
  +     */
  +    register_cleanup(cmd->pool, modp, 
  +		     (void (*)(void*))unload_module, null_cleanup);
  +
       /* Alethea Patch (rws,djw2) - need to run configuration functions
          in new modules */
   
  @@ -175,42 +262,46 @@
         ((void**)cmd->server->lookup_defaults)[modp->module_index]=
   	(*modp->create_dir_config)(cmd->pool, NULL);
   
  -
       return NULL;
   }
   
  +/* load_file implements the LoadFile directive.
  + */
  +
   static const char *load_file (cmd_parms *cmd, void *dummy, char *filename)
   {
  -   if (been_there_done_that) return NULL;
  +    void *handle;
  +    char *file;
  +
  +    file = server_root_relative(cmd->pool, filename);
       
  -	if (!dlopen(server_root_relative(cmd->pool, filename), 1))
  -		return pstrcat (cmd->pool, "Cannot load ", filename, " into server", NULL);
  - 
  -	return NULL;
  +    if (!(handle = dlopen(file, 1))) {
  +	const char *my_error = dlerror();
  +	return pstrcat (cmd->pool, "Cannot load ", filename, 
  +			" into server:", my_error, NULL);
  +    }
  +    
  +    aplog_error(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_DEBUG|APLOG_NOERRNO, NULL,
  +		"loaded file %s", filename);
  +
  +    register_cleanup(cmd->pool, handle, unload_file, null_cleanup);
  +
  +    return NULL;
   }
   #else
   static const char *load_file(cmd_parms *cmd, void *dummy, char *filename)
   {
  -  if(!been_there_done_that)
  -    fprintf(stderr, "WARNING: LoadFile not supported\n");
  +  fprintf(stderr, "WARNING: LoadFile not supported\n");
     return NULL;
   }
   
   static const char *load_module(cmd_parms *cmd, void *dummy, char *modname, char *filename)
   {
  -  if(!been_there_done_that)
  -    fprintf(stderr, "WARNING: LoadModule not supported\n");
  +  fprintf(stderr, "WARNING: LoadModule not supported\n");
     return NULL;
   }
   #endif
   
  -static void check_loaded_modules (server_rec *dummy, pool *p)
  -{
  -    if (been_there_done_that) return;
  -
  -    been_there_done_that = 1;
  -}
  -
   command_rec so_cmds[] = {
   { "LoadModule", load_module, NULL, RSRC_CONF, TAKE2,
     "a module name, and the name of a file to load it from"},
  @@ -221,7 +312,7 @@
   
   module so_module = {
      STANDARD_MODULE_STUFF,
  -   check_loaded_modules,	/* initializer */
  +   NULL,			/* initializer */
      NULL,			/* create per-dir config */
      NULL,			/* merge per-dir config */
      NULL,			/* server config */
  @@ -236,5 +327,3 @@
      NULL,			/* logger */
      NULL				/* header parser */
   };
  -
  -
  
  
  

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