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I agree, but only under following condition:

- the threads are sharing their vars

- the threads are changing their vars

I don't see any condition matching at this case. The global var is shared only to the scope it was created. This means to thread it self. Thats ok for my case. On this way i can initate handles and keep them per thread. Each thread having its own handles should be no problem, do it?

So every thread will create its own "our" variable. And after the creation it should stay there. This works fine for low numbers of connections. But under pressure it gets reinitilized on and on.

In reply to Re^2: Modperl2 + mpm_event + seemingly forgotten global vars by spellila
in thread Modperl2 + mpm_event + seemingly forgotten global vars by spellila

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