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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: Progress of migration to current APR API?
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2006 17:19:25 GMT
Sander Temme wrote:
> Apparently, we turn on TCP_DEFER_ACCEPT by default on Linux. Try the
> following directive:
> AcceptFilter ftp none
> or
> AcceptFilter http none
> (I don't know how that ftp protocol would be registered for this
> particular purpose, and we may not do that.) The AcceptFilter concept
> came along after 2.0. It is a marvellous performance boost for any
> protocol where the client sends data first (like HTTP), but it breaks
> any protocol where the server is supposed to send data first (like FTP,
> SMTP or NNTP).

Good point Sander - for testing purposes we can use AcceptFilter none
across the board but I'm working out the right syntax.

> Can you past the entire backtrace?

No need, since we know sa wasn't resolved (NULL value).  Now, why is yet
another matter :)

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