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From "Bill Stoddard" <stodd...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Re: PATCH: MaxRequestsPerChild doc
Date Mon, 13 Mar 2000 02:11:54 GMT
> What actually happens is that it does in fact kill, and restart, the
> child process after MaxRequestsPerChild requests. However, since there
> is only one child, and it's not really forked, it causes the onfig files
> to be re-read, which does not happen under Unix for new children.
Yes, the config files are re-read.

> > <P>Setting this to something non-zero on Win32 has the (perhaps
unexpected)
> > effect of causing the child process (there's only one) to be restarted,
and
> > the configuration file to be re-read. This is convenient for testing,
but
> > should probably not be attempted in a production environment.</P>
Looks good.

Bill



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