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Which system has this problem? Windows or Linux?

Are you aware that Windows has neither fork() nor exec()? Are you aware that Apache uses different process models on Linux and Windows? This also affects mod_perl!

Alexander

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In reply to Re: Apache forbids fork() and thread() by afoken
in thread Apache forbids fork() and thread() by MARVion

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