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From "Perrin Harkins" <>
Subject Re: Run code just before the original apache process forks
Date Fri, 08 Feb 2008 19:39:53 GMT
On Feb 7, 2008 8:00 PM, John Siracusa <> wrote:
> Is there some hook or other way to run some Perl code just before the very
> first fork() of the original apache process?  The "manual" way is to put the
> code at the very end of the last Perl file evaluated during server start-up,
> but I'm looking for some way that I can do that on behalf of the user from
> within a module that is loaded at some point during startup.  (This is
> mod_perl 1.x.)  Any ideas?

Sorry, there's a hook on mod_perl 2, but not 1.  For mp1 I think
you'll have to get users to put something in their conf file to run
your code.

- Perrin

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