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From "Escobar, Henry J." <HENRY.J.ESCO...@cpmx.saic.com>
Subject RE: apache-api/3272: Integration of module in apache
Date Thu, 22 Oct 1998 19:30:02 GMT
The following reply was made to PR apache-api/3272; it has been noted by GNATS.

From: "Escobar, Henry J." <HENRY.J.ESCOBAR@cpmx.saic.com>
Cc: apbugs@APACHE.ORG
Subject: RE: apache-api/3272: Integration of module in apache
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 1998 12:23:07 -0700

   I've already looked at that part of the code, but before I start hacking
 the apache code, I was wondering if there was an API to open a logfile and
 to get a file descriptor prior to when httpd is forked.
   The main reason I want to do this is so that when apache 1.x comes out, I
 can simply cp ~nt_auth/src/*.[ch] to ~apache/src/modules/extra
 make some changes in ~apache/src/modules/extra/Makefile compile and go.
 I want to avoid going into ~apache/src/main/http_main.c to get the logging
 capability I need.
    Since this web server will be authenticating all of the time, I want to
 minimize the overhead of opening and closing the log file (such as when
 apache changes stderr to be logs/error_log file -> which I am using for
   I also plan to only log when it authenticates as well...
 Please tell me there is a way around hacking apache... It will make my
 install script a lot more difficult with a lot of assumptions
   Thanks in advance,

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