There may be some compiling trick to adjust which one runs first. Asking on the mod_perl list is your best bet for that.
The running order is determined by the order in which the modules get registered, in inverse order. If you are using an Apache that uses dynamic loading, you can shuffle the order of the AddModule
calls in the httpd.conf. mod_perl
is normally last (or nearly last), so it runs first. If you put it ahead of mod_usertrack
, it'll run after
Beware... such shuffles will affect all phases, not just the one you are thinking about. Be very careful, and test on a test machine, not a production machine!
-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
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