I'm looking at getting a threaded Apache working under FreeBSD-STABLE (as
of this past weekend) ... if I start up the server and connect with a
browser, it doesn't send anything back, *except* if I kill the apache
server right after the connection ...

I've checked with the Apache folk, and someone pointed me to the STATUS
file, where I found:

    * Generate a good bug report to send to the FreeBSD hackers that details
      the problems we have seen with threads and system calls (specifically
      sendfile data is corrupted).  From our analysis so far, we don't think
      that this is an APR issue, but rather a FreeBSD kernel issue.  Our
      current solution is to just disable threads across the board on

        Status: Fixed in -CURRENT.  MFC in about a week.  Continuing
                testing with threads on FreeBSD.

                FreeBSD PR kern/32684:

Reading the PR, alfred put a fix in place shortly after (~mid December of
2001), but I'm wondering if anyone knows whether this was migrated back
down to -STABLE, and, if not, what would be involved to have that done?
Is it a fix that *can* be MFCd?

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