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From Brian Pane <brian.p...@cnet.com>
Subject Re: [PATCH] event driven read
Date Sat, 13 Sep 2003 06:06:23 GMT
On Tue, 2002-10-15 at 10:31, Bill Stoddard wrote:
> Something I've been hacking on (in the pejorative sense of the word 'hack'.
> Look at the patch and you will see what I mean :-).  This should apply and
> serve pages on Linux, though the event_loop is clearly broken as it does not
> timeout keep-alive connections and will hang on the apr_poll() (and hang the
> server) if a client leaves a keep-alive connection active but does not send
> anything on it. Scoreboard is broken, code structure is poor, yadda yadda. I
> plan to reimplement some of this more cleanly but no idea when I'll get
> around to it. Key points:
> 
> 1. routines to read requests must be able to handl getting APR_EAGAIN (or
> APR_EWOULDBLOCK):
> 2. ap_process_http_connection reimplemented to be state driven
> 3. event loop in worker_mpm to wait for pending i/o

Revisiting this topic from a looong time ago...

Did you ever get a chance to do any further work on this
design?  IMHO, for 2.1/2.2 we should at least incorporate
the changes to allow data to be pushed rather than pulled
through the input filter chain.  That will set the foundation
for an event-driven MPM, even if we're still using a blocking,
thread-per-connection worker design in the first 2.2 release.

Brian



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