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Date Thu, 01 Mar 2012 16:29:18 GMT

I would need a memory buffer associated per worker thread (in the worker 
MPM) or to each process (in the prefork MPM).

In order to do that, I would need a map thread<->buffer. So, I would 
need a sort of thread ID/key/handle that stays the same during the 
lifetime of the thread and no two threads in the same process can have 
the same ID/key/handle.

What is the most portable way to get this thread ID?

I thought of r->connection->id. It works but it is not very portable as 
it is not guaranteed that two connections created by the same thread 
will have the same id. They do for now.

If r->connection->sbh was not opaque it would be great, because 
sbh->thread_num would be exactly what I need.

I could also use pthread_self. It works too but, in general, it is not 
guaranteed that the worker threads are pthreads.

Thank you for your help.


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