[Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-26 Thread Olivier B.
of this fork() ? Thanks for any explanation, Olivier B. -- Open Source Business Conference (OSBC), March 24-25, 2009, San Francisco, CA -OSBC tackles the biggest issue in open source: Open Sourcing the Enterprise -Strategies

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-27 Thread Olivier B.
Yes, but in that case why PHP forks ? children will never be used !? Olivier Ivan Voras a écrit : 2009/2/27 Olivier B. fcgid.l...@daevel.fr: The DefaultMaxClassProcessCount is reached, but why fcgid try have launched 4 process ? Just one or two should be sufficient in the case of five

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-28 Thread Olivier B.
Max Dittrich a écrit : AFAIK (?) mod_fcgid can't multiplex multiple request on one fcgi-socket. The fcgi-connection is 1:1 (http request -- fcgi connection) and can't be shared across childs/threads of apache. .max Ok, it is what I see too. Thanks. Filip Hajny a écrit : PHP forks

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-28 Thread Olivier B.
So, I simply read the file sapi/cgi/README.FastCGI in the PHP source. If I well understand, this feature is usefull when you run directly PHP as the fcgi daemon. I have the end of my explanation, thanks and sorry for noise ;) Olivier Olivier B. a écrit : Max Dittrich a écrit : AFAIK

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-28 Thread Olivier B.
Yes I was thinking that but what is the interest to share memory between processes which never run simultaneously ? Olivier Filip Hajny a écrit : On 28.2.2009, at 15:24, Olivier B. wrote: So, I simply read the file sapi/cgi/README.FastCGI in the PHP source. If I well understand

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Spawning explanation

2009-02-28 Thread Olivier B.
Filip Hajny a écrit : Yes, well, my point was... if you care about shared memory, then constrain mod_fcgid to a single PHP process only, let the PHP process fork its own children and hope they will be able to process all requests before mod_fcgid considers the single process busy and you

Re: [Mod-fcgid-users] Weird behavior or what?

2009-08-19 Thread Olivier B.
Travers Carter a écrit : On Thu, 20 Aug 2009 00:45:36 +0300, Noor mlist-fc...@orientalsensation.com wrote: And while you're at it, I'll through in another question: How does eAccelerator/FastCGI manage the shared memory segments? According to eAccelerator's homepage, it'll share such