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From Stas Bekman <s...@stason.org>
Subject Re: t/perl/ithreads.t revisited
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2004 14:22:52 GMT
Steve Hay wrote:

>>>Oh yes!  That kills the server itself!  i.e. api.t now crashes the 
>>>server in the course of executing its test plan, and ithreads doesn't 
>>>even have a server to play with :(
>>>   
>>>
>>
>>Crashes? CORE::exit() works fine here (happened to work fine?). I guess it 
>>should be a problem since it'll kill any other running threads.
>>
> 
> Maybe "crash" was too strong a word.  What I meant was that the 
> Apache.exe process exits, so now ithreads.t fails since there is no 
> server running for it to connect to.

OK, that's better :) But doesn't Apache start a new process then?

> As I understood it, this is exactly what overriding exit() was intended 
> to prevent.

Exactly

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