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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: 2.0.26?]
Date Thu, 30 Aug 2001 23:44:00 GMT
From: "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 6:34 PM

> From: "Ian Holsman" <>
> Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2001 5:42 PM
> > 
> > the only thing 'funny' I'm noticing is that the map_to_storage hook
> > isn't getting called for a sub-request.. this may be my code
> > I just noticed that 10 minutes ago,
> > I'm still investigating it.
> That would be a problem.  It doesn't surprize me either.  Every month I go back over
> discrepancies in the internal_internal_redirect v.s. ap_process_request v.s. all the
> other ways we set up redirects/subrequests.
> These distinctions have to go away.  Not that the steps can't be _heavily_ optimized
> by looking at r->prev or r->main for clues, but we need a single code path through
> this potentially tricky code.
> Notice all the fooness in the subreq mechanisms "Hey, if this, then we don't need to
> do that!"  All well and good until some module gets hurt ;)  If the authn/authz module
> _itself_ peeked at the pool data for r->main->p, "my_own_cache" and sees it's being
> redundant, it pulls a fast exit (fast OK, fast DECLINED, or fast HTTP_NOT_AUTHORIZED.)
> There is probably another weeks worth of work in optimizing these modules (see the
> ap_location_walk function for such an example.)  Then all these code paths can be folded
> into a single place.

The other option is that we patch these to a single code path _today_.  Let Apache run a
bit slow until these optimizations are moved into the right, magic places.



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