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Re: How can i tell if mod_perl is working?

by kschwab (Priest)
on Sep 01, 2002 at 00:28 UTC ( #194405=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to How can i tell if mod_perl is working?

You could print out your pid.

print "my pid is $$ <br>\n";
I would suspect your pid would be the same as one of the httpd daemons if mod_perl were running correctly.


Also, from the mod_perl faq:

How can I test that my script is running under mod_perl?

There are 2 environment variables you can test.

exists $ENV{"MOD_PERL"}   # if running under mod_perl


The MOD_PERL variable gets set immediately when the perl
interpreter starts up, whereas GATEWAY_INTERFACE may not be
set yet when BEGIN blocks are being processed. 

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