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From Samuel ROZE <samuel.r...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: After-request hooks or asychronous modules
Date Sun, 28 Feb 2010 10:27:51 GMT
Yes, the log_transaction hook is what I expect, thanks! :-)

But I've still a problem: if in my hook function I put a sleep function,
which sleep for 10 seconds for example, the first page is served
correctly (few ms) but for the next, it will wait for these 10s (not
really 10s but the rest time), is it because I should have threads?

Regards,
Samuel.
Sent from Rennes, France.

Le samedi 27 février 2010 à 22:14 -0500, Eric Covener a écrit :
> On Sat, Feb 27, 2010 at 6:50 PM, Samuel ROZE <samuel.roze@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I'm writing an Apache2 module which takes some time to be executed
> > (500ms avg) because it is communicating with another server for each
> > request. What is it doing haven't any consequence on the served page
> > or file, so it can be run after that the connection with the client
> > was closed.
> >
> > Now, it is working as a basic module, with libcurl and each request
> > take 500ms because it is executed after sending the result page, even
> > if it's not needed... Is it possible to execute a module after that
> > the request was done? Or is it possible to create a function which
> > will be called at this time using a hook?
> 
> How about the log_transaction hook?
> 



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