- Yeah, that really would be great. Your module is exactly what I was
looking for, and then I couldn't use it on a Debian Stable box. Shame,
because it's nice and simple in it's interface, and yet very very
I'll be sure to watch for it.
Thanks again for all the help.
On Thu, 29 Jul 2004 09:23:42 -0700, Rob Mueller <robm@...> wrote:
> Yes, that's another thing I should change. I thought it would need 5.8.0+
> for the UTF-8 support, but from reports I've had, it apparently works fine
> on 5.6.0 and 5.6.1 so I'll change the "use 5.008" to "use 5.006".
> I also added this documentation note, which caught me recently that others
> might like to keep an eye on as well...
> =head1 OTHER
> Because Cache::FastMmap mmap's a shared file into your processes memory
> space, this can make each process look quite large, even though it's just
> mmap'd memory that's shared between all processes that use the cache,
> and may even be swapped out if the cache is getting low usage.
> However, the OS will think your process is quite large, which might
> mean you hit some BSD::Resource or 'ulimits' you set previously that you
> thought were sane, but aren't anymore.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Mike Ward" <unforgiven24@...>
> To: <modperl@...>
> Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2004 7:52 AM
> Subject: Re: Cache::FastMmap
> > This one is more or less just out of curosity -
> > I noticed when trying to install on one of our webservers that
> > FastMmap requires perl 5.8.0 or later. Is it impossible to use with
> > earlier versions?
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