[Mod_log_sql] Using worker mpm with mod_log_sql

Edward Rudd urkle at outoforder.cc
Mon Nov 12 20:14:11 EST 2007

Yes, current released versions of mod_log_sql do not support threaded  

And when I get to writing the DBD plugin for mod_log_sql it will only  
be supported under apache 2.2..

It should be possible to backporting DBD into Apache 2.0.  Which  
actually would be easier that writing a whole DB pooling system from  
scratch for mod_log_sql.  (as all the work is done for apache 2.2)

On Nov 12, 2007, at 4:44 AM, Paul Bridger wrote:

> Hi
> I used mod_log_sql in my previous job, and found it to be excellent.
> However, I've recently started working for a company that uses the
> threaded worker MPM version of apache 2.0, and now I find that it
> doesn't seem to work with this version, with a large number of aborted
> DB connections, seg faults and glibc detected corrupted double-linked
> errors.
> I found a post to the list dated 17th Dec 2006 on this same topic,  
> which
> indicated that support for worker MPM  would be added at some stage by
> switching the DB layer to apr_dbd which supports connection pooling  
> and
> full threading for use under apache 2.2.
> Has this functionality been added?  If so, is there a way to get it
> working with threaded apache 2.0, or does it require 2.2?
> Thanks.
> Regards,
> Paul
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