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Hello Monks,

thank you for your answers. I would like to clarify some things.

  • I'm using newest Apache2, newest mod_perl.
  • I do not need nor want to store the connections on disk. I would simply want that within a session a network connection is opened, and remains open as long as the session is active. Which means the network connections life should extend - of course - the life of the running apache processes that happen during that session. That's the whole problem.
  • The backend is not a DB, but an own server process (which uses Net::Server::Multiplex

If it's going to be a "daemon brokering the connections", that's ok, I just thought Apache2/mod_perl2 would have something that persistent themself - shared memory perhaps? Some space all Apache processes are sharing for the lifetime of the Apache process? (I'd be willing to take into account that if the Apache as whole had to be restarted that the network connections would be lost).


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In reply to Re^2: How to keep network connection persistent during session? by PetaMem
in thread How to keep network connection persistent during session? by PetaMem

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