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Re^2: Apache forbids fork() and thread()

by MARVion (Novice)
on Nov 13, 2012 at 12:30 UTC ( #1003601=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Apache forbids fork() and thread()
in thread Apache forbids fork() and thread()

Hi, thanks for your quick reply. Both systems have this problem, that nothing is working when trying to fork() or thread. I tried all possible functions like, fork, exec, system with &, Proc::Daemon and other things on both machines. The functions which do not create a process or thread for their own like system() are working fine, but this causes a lot of delay due to the time the called script needs. I'm working with mod_perl, that's correct. Because I thought about the different behavoiurs of Apache I tried all possibilities on both systems. Greetz
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