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From Ryan Bloom <>
Subject Re: support for multiple tcp/udp ports
Date Fri, 30 Nov 2001 14:57:50 GMT
On Friday 30 November 2001 04:19 am, Michal Szymaniak wrote:
> Hi,
> > If you look at the worker MPM, you will see that it actually adds a pipe
> > to the listen_rec list, but it doesn't use a hook to do it.  Can you
> > modify your code to use the pre_mpm hook, and let me know if that works? 
> > Even if it does, we may need a new hook, because the pre_mpm hook doesn't
> > get called for graceful restarts.
> I am not sure whether I understand how apache hooks are implemented,
> After I looked at the only function using 'ap_hook_pre_mpm',
> ap_create_scoreboard, it seems that my handler also should take one pool
> and one mysterious scoreboard switch as parameters. Don't you think
> that it is a bit too little? I really miss the module configuration
> or server_rec structure. Obviously, the former can be stored somewhere
> on module-global structures (and copied there by post_config hook),
> but I still could not find a way to get to server_rec (can I do the same,
> as for module config? is the server_rec alive through all the time
> the apache works?) . Generally, all ap_hook_pre_mpm looks like it
> was created only for managing scoreboard (it is not even documented
> elsewhere).
> Because of above problems, I didn't yet checked whether pre_mpm will do
> the job. But if the interface for ap_hook_pre_mpm is as described above,
> it doesn't seem to be very convenient..

Okay, I'll add an add_listener hook this weekend.


Ryan Bloom
Covalent Technologies

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