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From "Remy Maucherat" <r...@apache.org>
Subject Re: M1 ?
Date Fri, 31 May 2002 23:30:13 GMT
> Hi,
>
> The basic tests seems to be passing on 4 platforms with different
> configurations, I did some load tests and it seems to be reasonably
> stable. There are certainly many small problems that need to be found,
> but overall I things it looks ok.
>
> I would like to tag a first milestone and start using bugzilla to
> track mod_jk2, and start running watchdogs and serious testing.
>
> While some new components may still be added ( like jk_config_registry
> or jk_channel_windows, etc ), the base features should be stable.
> Of course, nothing is perfect, but things are good enough for jk2.0.
>
> What do you think ? Nacho ?
>
> ( so far I tested on linux, solaris, hpux and windows, with 3.3 and
> 4.0 and 4.1 - there are few tricks to get the native code to work )
>
>
> On a related note, we have now code to do chuid on unix - so it
> would be trivial to add an option to change the user id before
> the server starts processing user-code. Also it is reasonably easy
> to get the signals to work - not sure this is that usefull, so
> I'll not spend time on it.

I spent zero time working on the native parts of JK 2, so obviously my
opinion doesn't really count ;-)

I think it's good to start releasing milestones. There's already a
Connector:Coyote JK 2 category in the TC 4 BZ which could be used for that.
Is that good enough ?

So with 4.1.x, what should be the recommended connector ? mod_jk1 or mod_jk2
?

Remy


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