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Re: Each access causes need of db_recover?

From: Philip Martin <philip_at_codematters.co.uk>
Date: 2002-09-09 16:53:09 CEST

"Jon Watte" <hplus@mindcontrol.org> writes:

> When running apache using -X, I can't get it to fail. This may be an
> Important Clue... Apache actually spawns a thread even if I run it
> with -X, but at least it doesn't seem to fork. So there's two
> possibilities:

I'm not an apache expert, but that doesn't sound right (well obviously
there must be a main thread, but I assume you mean an additional one).
What platform, and how do you know it spwans a thread?

I note you said earlier you were using Apache 2.0.40. Subversion
still recommends CVS HEAD Apache. I don't know if this will help your
server problem, but there is at least one incompatibility between
2.0.40 APR and the svn client.

Philip Martin
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Received on Mon Sep 9 16:53:48 2002

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