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/* ====================================================================
* Copyright (c) 1995-1999 The Apache Group. All rights reserved.
*
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*
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#ifndef AP_MMN_H
#define AP_MMN_H
/*
The MPM, "multi-processing model" provides an abstraction of the
interface with the OS for distributing incoming connections to
threads/process for processing. http_main invokes the MPM, and
the MPM runs until a shutdown/restart has been indicated.
The MPM calls out to the apache core via the ap_process_connection
function when a connection arrives.
The MPM may or may not be multithreaded. In the event that it is
multithreaded, at any instant it guarantees a 1:1 mapping of threads
ap_process_connection invocations. The only primitives the MPM
provides for synchronization between threads are the ap_thread_mutex
stuff below.
Note: In the future it will be possible for ap_process_connection
to return to the MPM prior to finishing the entire connection; and
the MPM will proceed with asynchronous handling for the connection;
in the future the MPM may call ap_process_connection again -- but
does not guarantee it will occur on the same thread as the first call.
The MPM further guarantees that no asynchronous behaviour such as
longjmps and signals will interfere with the user code that is
invoked through ap_process_connection. The MPM may reserve some
signals for its use (i.e. SIGUSR1), but guarantees that these signals
are ignored when executing outside the MPM code itself. (This
allows broken user code that does not handle EINTR to function
properly.)
The suggested server restart and stop behaviour will be "graceful".
However the MPM may choose to terminate processes when the user
requests a non-graceful restart/stop. When this occurs, the MPM kills
all threads with extreme prejudice, and destroys the pchild pool.
User cleanups registered in the pchild pool will be invoked at
this point. (This can pose some complications, the user cleanups
are asynchronous behaviour not unlike longjmp/signal... but if the
admin is asking for a non-graceful shutdown, how much effort should
we put into doing it in a nice way?)
unix/posix notes:
- The MPM does not set a SIGALRM handler, user code may use SIGALRM.
But the preferred method of handling timeouts is to use the
timeouts provided by the BUFF/iol abstraction.
- The proper setting for SIGPIPE is SIG_IGN, if user code changes it
for any of their own processing, it must be restored to SIG_IGN
prior to executing or returning to any apache code.
TODO: add SIGPIPE debugging check somewhere to make sure its SIG_IGN
*/
/* run until a restart/shutdown is indicated, return 1 for shutdown
0 otherwise */
API_EXPORT(int) ap_mpm_run(pool *pconf, pool *plog, server_rec *server_conf);
/* predicate indicating if a graceful stop has been requested ...
used by the connection loop */
API_EXPORT(int) ap_graceful_stop_signalled(void);
/* a mutex which synchronizes threads within one process */
typedef struct ap_thread_mutex ap_thread_mutex;
API_EXPORT(ap_thread_mutex *) ap_thread_mutex_new(void);
API_EXPORT(void) ap_thread_mutex_lock(ap_thread_mutex *);
API_EXPORT(void) ap_thread_mutex_unlock(ap_thread_mutex *);
API_EXPORT(void) ap_thread_mutex_destroy(ap_thread_mutex *);
#ifdef HAS_OTHER_CHILD
/*
* register an other_child -- a child which the main loop keeps track of
* and knows it is different than the rest of the scoreboard.
*
* pid is the pid of the child.
*
* maintenance is a function that is invoked with a reason, the data
* pointer passed here, and when appropriate a status result from waitpid().
*
* write_fd is an fd that is probed for writing by select() if it is ever
* unwritable, then maintenance is invoked with reason OC_REASON_UNWRITABLE.
* This is useful for log pipe children, to know when they've blocked. To
* disable this feature, use -1 for write_fd.
*/
API_EXPORT(void) ap_register_other_child(int pid,
void (*maintenance) (int reason, void *data, ap_wait_t status), void *data,
int write_fd);
#define OC_REASON_DEATH 0 /* child has died, caller must call
* unregister still */
#define OC_REASON_UNWRITABLE 1 /* write_fd is unwritable */
#define OC_REASON_RESTART 2 /* a restart is occuring, perform
* any necessary cleanup (including
* sending a special signal to child)
*/
#define OC_REASON_UNREGISTER 3 /* unregister has been called, do
* whatever is necessary (including
* kill the child) */
#define OC_REASON_LOST 4 /* somehow the child exited without
* us knowing ... buggy os? */
/*
* unregister an other_child. Note that the data pointer is used here, and
* is assumed to be unique per other_child. This is because the pid and
* write_fd are possibly killed off separately.
*/
API_EXPORT(void) ap_unregister_other_child(void *data);
#endif
#endif
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