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From Rainer Jung <>
Subject Re: mod_jk on i5/OS v5R4
Date Tue, 17 Apr 2007 21:04:04 GMT
That's what I expect too, but in the log file Henri posted at the 
beginning of this thread, both runs were done by the same process and 
thread id. So at least if pids have a meaning on iSeries, both runs are 
done by the same process. That's different from the *nix world, where 
there is a switch to a new parent in between (as long as I remember 

William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote:
> Rainer Jung wrote:
>> Hi Henri,
>> Henri Gomez wrote:
>>> 2007/4/17, Rainer Jung <>:
>>>> Apache always initializes twice (all platforms), so this part is usual.
>>>> What seems special though, is that on *nix platforms, the two init runs
>>>> are done by different processes, the second process replaces the first
>>>> one. Your mod_jk log file shows the same pid for both runs. So this
>>>> might be special and lead to unexpected results, because now things are
>>>> really done twice.
>>> Well I5/OS is running in MPM mode so...
>> Yes, Apache 2.0 always uses MPMs, but on the platforms I know they never
>> initialize both times with the same process.
> The parent process always pre-loads the config, runs the full config
> hooks to test that the module can run, unloads everything and then will
> start "for real".

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