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Subject svn commit: r818109 - /httpd/mod_fcgid/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_fcgid.xml
Date Wed, 23 Sep 2009 14:04:52 GMT
Author: trawick
Date: Wed Sep 23 14:04:52 2009
New Revision: 818109

Axe a previous note about DefaultInitEnv, which missed the point about why the wrong env settings
could be used in a virtual host.

Fix the description of the issue and move it to a new Process Management section.


Modified: httpd/mod_fcgid/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_fcgid.xml
--- httpd/mod_fcgid/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_fcgid.xml (original)
+++ httpd/mod_fcgid/trunk/docs/manual/mod/mod_fcgid.xml Wed Sep 23 14:04:52 2009
@@ -313,6 +313,28 @@
+  <section id="process-mgmt">
+    <title>Process Management</title>
+    <p>TODO</p>
+    <note type="hint"><title>Note</title>
+    <p>Certain settings or other concepts that depend on the virtual host,
+    such as <directive module="mod_fcgid">FCGIDDefaultInitEnv</directive>
+    or process classes, distinguish between virtual hosts only if they
+    have distinct server names.  (See the <directive>ServerName</directive>
+    documentation for more information.) In the case of
+    <directive module="mod_fcgid">FCGIDDefaultInitEnv</directive>, if two
+    virtual hosts have the same server name but different environments as
+    defined by 
+    <directive module="mod_fcgid">FCGIDDefaultInitEnv</directive>, the 
+    environment used for a particular request will be that defined for the
+    virtual host of the request that caused the FastCGI process to be 
+    started.</p>
+    </note>
+  </section>
   <!-- References to other documents or directives -->
   <seealso><a href="../howto/cgi.html">Dynamic Content With CGI</a></seealso>
@@ -525,15 +547,6 @@
       <p>Use <directive>FCGIDDefaultInitEnv</directive> to define environment

       variables to pass to the FastCGI application.  This directive can 
       be used multiple times.</p>
-      <note type="hint"><title>Note</title>
-      <p>These settings are associated with the FastCGI process and are 
-      not reset on every request based on the current virtual host
-      settings.  The FastCGI process will run with the environment
-      settings of the virtual host of the request that caused the FastCGI
-      process to be started; these are not necessarily the same as those
-      of the virtual hosts of subsequent requests.</p>
-      </note>

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