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Internet web servers. For more information, please check out http://www.apache.org/httpd.html Changes with Apache 2.0a5 since Apache 2.0a4 *) Perchild is serving pages after passing them to different child processes. There are still a lot of bugs, but this does work. I have made requests against the same installation of Apache, and had different servers use different user IDs to serve the responses. This change moves to using socketpair instead of an AF_UNIX socket. [Ryan Bloom] *) Perchild MPM still doesn't work perfectly, but it is serving pages. It can't seem to pass between child processes yet, but I think we are closer now than before. This moves us back to using Unix Domain Sockets. [Ryan Bloom] *) libapr functions and types renamed with apr_ prefix. #include "apr_compat.h" for 1.3.x backwards compat [Perl] *) Fix problems with APR sockaddr handling on Win32. It didn't always return the right information on the local socket address. [Gregory Nicholls
] *) ap_recv() on Win32: Set bytes-read to 0 on error. [Gregory Nicholls ] *) Add an option to not detach from the controlling terminal without going into single process mode. This allows for much easier debugging of the process startup code. [Ryan Bloom] *) ab: don't use perror() to report the failure of an APR function. [Jeff Trawick] *) Make dexter, mpmt_pthread, and perchild MPMs not destroy the scoreboard on graceful restarts. [Ryan Bloom] *) Fix segfault/SIGSEGV when running gzip from mod_mime_magic.c. An invalid ap_proc_t was passed to ap_create_process(). [Jeff Trawick] *) Allow modules to register filters. Those filters are still never called, but this is a step in the right direction. [Ryan Bloom and Greg Stein]
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