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From Jeff Trawick <>
Subject Re: piped logger fixes and 2.0.49 and Windows
Date Fri, 27 Feb 2004 23:00:42 GMT
Justin Erenkrantz wrote:
> --On Friday, February 27, 2004 6:01 AM -0500 Jeff Trawick 
> <> wrote:
>> Is it reasonable to commit the piped logger stuff without the
>> Win32/BeOS/OS/2 support?  I think yes, even though that will result in
>> crashing piped loggers not being restarted on those platforms until the
>> platform maintainers get a chance to work through the MPM changes.  
>> But if
>> anyone is going to consider such a regression a SHOWSTOPPER later for
>> getting 2.0.49 out the door, then this would be a bad move.
>> Thoughts?
> How hard would it be to guess what needs to happen in those MPMs?  I bet 
> OtherBill can quickly look at the Win32 patch and cast the 3rd +1 when 
> he gets to it.

ake stepped up to the Win32 task.

> But, for BeOS and OS/2, can we just put something in if 
> their maintainers aren't getting to it?  Or is it better to do nothing?  

If we do nothing, the error log should have

   "can't query MPM state; not restarting piped log program 'foo'"

which should be a big enough clue.

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