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From Brian Pane <>
Subject Re: [PATCH] I prefer this... Re: [PATCH] for mod_mime seg fault in 2.0.23 :-)
Date Tue, 14 Aug 2001 22:37:19 GMT
William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:

>-1 (veto) to both suggestions.
>This is getting obscene.  We've lost all value of tables, since they can't be memcpy'ed,
>they have to be reconstructed.  This will be much slower than the original array code.
>Committers, please review dir_create() and dir_merge() patches more carefully.  There
>is a long tradition of configuration bugs due to these assumptions.  The patches that
>added copy/copy_mappings was an attempt to salvage this.
>I'll demonstrate a solution, using pool scopes, that adds safety and speed.  Give me a
Are you still considering optimizing directory_walk so that it
doesn't have to do all the dir_merge work on each request (either
through a caching solution or through some variant of the pre-merge
patch that I posted a while back)?

If we didn't have to call merge_mime_dir_config with such alarming
frequency, it might not be necessary to optimize this function (or
dir_merge functions in general).


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