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From Ruben Safir <>
Subject Re: AW: Embperl and threaded mpm?
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2017 09:46:22 GMT
On 06/27/2017 02:21 AM, Neil Gunton wrote:
> Ok, but I'm wondering if there is something else I should be doing to
> execute the actual preload. It seems that all I do here is give Embperl
> an array, but when I enable the preload, it just goes through everything
> suspiciously quickly. I don't think it's actually executing anything at
> preload time, though I could be wrong. I'm thinking there's something
> else I need to do to tell Embperl "ok, now actually load all those
> files"...

I don't know what you are digging for here.  Nor am I sure I know why
you are using preload.  You can execute something when Apache starts up,
and then everything is inherited by each process, or you can load it
after it starts when each child is forked, or you can start something
when a child requests something.  If you do it at the root with preload
then it is shared by everything.  Your example just uses parameters that
define basic behaviors of embperl that otherwise are in the httpd.conf file.

Once loaded into memory those pages don't need to be refetched and have
a shared static footprint.

You started by asking if embperl is thread safe.  Now what are you asking?

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