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From "Paul J. Reder" <rede...@raleigh.ibm.com>
Subject Re: plz vote on tagging current CVS as APACHE_2_0_19
Date Thu, 21 Jun 2001 21:00:56 GMT
Bill Stoddard wrote:
> A few other benefits to Pauls design:
> 1. Eliminates the requirement for compiled in HARD_SERVER_LIMIT or HARD_THREAD_LIMIT.
> 2. You don't need to allocate child score if you don't care about mod_status (but it
can
> be added during a restart)
> 3. If you choose to not enable mod_status, you will likely see a nice performance boost
on
> multi CPU machines because we are not invalidating a CPUs cache each time we touch a
> worker score entry (which is on every request).
> 4. Does not require any changes to the MPM.  Each MPM can start threads according to
its'
> ThreadsPerChild setting w/o needing to pay attention to the scoreboard (I believe your
> design required child processes to wait for worker score slots to become available before
> it can start threads. This is imposing too much unnecessary work on the MPM.).

5. It fixes the problem with the threaded mpm where no work can be done while workers are
quiescing due to MRPC, leaving processes with a small number of workers finishing their
last responses and no workers available to process new requests.

-- 
Paul J. Reder
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