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From Ben Hyde <bh...@gensym.com>
Subject RE: -X oddity
Date Thu, 25 Jun 1998 20:31:05 GMT
I suspect we have all been there!  It might be 
better as you suggest, but without of changing 
the code, doc, and the minds of all the people who 
know how it currently is you can set MaxRequestsPerChild
to zero, and you can now even do it from the command 
line via -C.  - ben hyde

On Thursday, June 25, 1998 4:06 PM, Dan Jacobowitz [SMTP:drow@false.org]
wrote:
> I eventually managed to track the cause of the follwing, and became
> much less panicked, but I really don't think this should happen:
> 
> I was debugging some mod_perl things, and because of a few weakness
> with reloading changed code, I ran the server -X so I could more
quickly
> kill/restart it.  After thirty requests, it died.  For some reason, if
> perl had been used at all in the session it exited with 'Aborted'
> instead of silently - no idea why on that one.  But the cause was
> MaxRequestsPerChild.  This is just enough to load two pages or so if
> they are heavy on images, leaving -X a little bit useless.  Shouldn't
> this be ignored in single-server mode?
> 
> Dan
> 

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