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Hello derby

First things first: it worked! Thanks a lot

Second: a small change in apache's configuration is needed: I erroneously configured my module as a Fixup handler, which caused it to be called a huge number of times per line, that amplified the problem. Configuring it as a log handler correctly writes one line at a time. Anyway, I also tested it with the wrong apache configuration, and it still worked, so your solution is absolutely right.

Under heavy load, what you're seeing is one process being put into a wait state before the newline is output. You don't mention it, but did your logfile also contain blank lines? It should've.

Right. I didn't mention it since I pasted an example that contained a blank line. Nevertheless, it was not completely evident. My fault.

Big thanks!!!

Ciao!
--bronto


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In reply to Re^2: Merged lines with Apache::LogFile-based log handler by bronto
in thread Merged lines with Apache::LogFile-based log handler by bronto

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