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From Bojan Smojver <bo...@binarix.com>
Subject Re: Problem with mod_jk 1.2.0 (latest CVS snapshot)
Date Fri, 20 Jul 2001 07:57:46 GMT
Bojan Smojver wrote:

> As for DSO, I'll have to work on that, so probably some time tomorrow
> (Sydney time).

Just did a DSO version and couldn't replicate the problem (BTW, I've
recompiled/statically linked Apache and mod_jk again since then and the
problem was still there). So, maybe it has to do with statically linking
Apache after all...

I still have to distribute this DSO version of Apache and mod_jk to some
slower machines to see if that makes any difference at all. The machine
that didn't produce any errors is a 1 GHz Athlon, so timing issues could
have been resolved by brute force, who knows...

Is there a recommendation as to the order of loading mod_jk for both
statically linked version and the DSO version? Maybe that's important.

And just one other observation, I'm also using php4. When statically
linked Apache doesn't contain php4 the problem is more difficult to
replicate (ie. it only occurs occasionally) which sort of pointed me
towards timing issues. But then again, I really don't understand the
internals of Apache to say what could be causing this.

All suggestions, fixes, resolutions etc. welcome ;-)

Bojan

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