Problem solved. Turned out to be some kernel patches redhat has applyed to
their kernel. It works fine with a vanilla kernel, litteraly all memory is
reported as being shared between apache processes now like it was before.
Thanks for your help.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Perrin Harkins" <perrin@...>
To: "Daniel Wilson" <webmaster@...>
Sent: Tuesday, January 06, 2004 9:54 PM
Subject: Re: [mp1] modules not shared across children. preloading or
> On Mon, 2004-01-05 at 00:36, Daniel Wilson wrote:
> > This happened after moving to a new server running the same redhat 9
> > but with different kernels and glibc's.
> Are you absolutely positive that nothing else changed? Not the Perl
> build, not the apache build, not your code, not your config files?
> > 1. mod_perl is not loading modules before the fork()'s.
> Easy to verify. Dump %INC at the end of your startup.pl and it will
> show you what has been loaded.
> > ------- httpd.conf #####################
> > PerlModule Apache::Registry Apache::RegistryLoader DBD::mysql
> > BSD::Resource DBI
> > PerlModule Storable Text::Kakasi Encode::Encoding Apache::DBI Carp
> > PerlModule IPC::Shareable Jcode IPC::SysV Encode Encode::Alias
> > Lingua::JA::Romaji
> There used to be a limit on how many modules you could load with
> PerlModule. I'm not sure if there still is. Try moving all of these
> into startup.pl instead.
> - Perrin
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