#apache - Tue 13 Mar 2007 between 14:28 and 14:36

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robert_er
mod_fcgi
blah
Davemanfajita mod_fcgi
fajitafcgi is a thing of the past ;)
opapoIs there a way I can keep a connection alive?
robert_...
opapoI am using redirects in my code
fajitarobert_: Sorry, I don't know.
yangoKeepAlive
fajitarobert_: fastcgi is http://www.fastcgi.com/ or see mod_fcgid, which is more up-to-date
robert_wow that's slow
heh
Davemanfajita lag
fajitafastcgi is http://www.fastcgi.com/ or see mod_fcgid, which is more up-to-date
Davemanyeah _
fajitaDaveman: Sorry, I don't know.
opapoI have tried KeepAlive 15 and I still get a new connection every 1-2 requests
Davemanoh crap, now she's going to spam me :p
fajitaKeepAlive is http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/core.html#keepalive
Daveman: I am lagged
Davemanno kidding :P
opapoI have dynamic content. It says that KeepAlive doesn't work for dynamic content
What else can I try to keep the same connection with dynamic content
DrBacchusopapo: "it says"? WHat says?
Where does it say that?
opapohttp://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/core.html#keepalive
says:
This implies that dynamic content such as CGI output, SSI pages, and server-generated directory listings will generally not use Keep-Alive connections to HTTP/1.0 clients.
DrBacchusI wouldn't expect you to encounter any HTTP/1.0 clients in the Real World.
I suppose it's possible, but it seems unlikely.
opapoOk,
well I am getting a new connection every 1-2 requests
What can I do to prevent that
DrBacchusOf course, the real world is merely a special case of the theoretical world, albeit a rather important special case.
opapotrue
DrBacchusopapo: Without more details about what you're doing, it would be impossible to say.
niqopapo: get a browser that likes keepalives
opapoHere's the story:
DrBacchusWhat do you have KeepAliveTimeout set to? What do you have MaxRequestsPerChild set to?

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