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From "Henri Gomez" <>
Subject Re: mod_jk on i5/OS v5R4
Date Wed, 18 Apr 2007 08:23:17 GMT
Well I add to remove the JkWorkersFile directive to make mod_jk start
and have some debug.

I suspect the problem is that in the first stage of init the user
profile on i5/OS is different than the real user profile in the second

This profile didn't have access to JkWorkersFile and so mod_jk fail to
load the WorkersFile and report as error in first stage.

Question :

- How could we determine that we're in the first stage ?

- Could 'relax' file access check for instance in the first stage to
avoid file access problem on i5/OS ?

Regards and thanks again

2007/4/17, William A. Rowe, Jr. <>:
> Rainer Jung wrote:
> > 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
> > correct).
> Nope, that's correct.  Both config passes happen on the single, main
> process and thread.  THEN following the second pass, processes are
> forked off, and the threads created in each process.  THAT is the
> unix world of httpd.
> On Windows, both passes happen in both the parent and child processes,
> the parent is actually does not pass its config via fork() to the
> children.
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