On Tue, Jun 12, 2001 at 10:31:44AM +0100, Simon Wistow wrote:
> Dominic Mitchell wrote:
>  
> > And you'd have to make the daemon threaded, or end up running multiple
> > pre-forking daemons to do the job.  At which point, you're only saving
> > the fork time and the parse time, which depending on how much effort it
> > is to complete the above, may not be much of a saving (passing
> > credentials along unix sockets is still pretty slow and non-portable).
> 
> But isn't it roiughly the same scheme that mod_perl uses? And that *is*
> demonstrably useful. 

Roughly, yes, but with a lot fewer details.

You could do it on a per-user basis, which would make it simpler.

-Dom

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