Subject: Re: New package ap2-python
To: None <darcy@NetBSD.org>
From: Marc Recht <email@example.com>
Date: 06/11/2004 12:55:28
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> Actually it is based on the FreeBSD port. I guess I should look at
You could clean up some FreeBSD ports specific variables like
USE_REINPLACE and MESSAGE should be FreeBSD specific since there's no
libc_r on NetBSD. You also don't need to include apr's buildlink3.mk
directly if you set APCHE_MODULE to yes. I'm not sure aobut the MAKE_ENV
entry and the patch. I don't have these in my pkg and builds and (or
not) works the same, but I didn't test it on any other platform than
NetBSD 2.0_BETA. I'm also not sure if it runs with python23 (without
> yours for differences. As for the Mutex errors, I have someone
> setting up the conf file to use the module now. I will let you know
> what happens.
I just tried it and I am havin the same problems with it:
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:18 2004] [warn] Init: Session Cache is not configured
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [notice] mod_python: Creating 32 session
mutexes based on 6 max processes and 25 max threads.
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [error] (23)Too many open files in system:
mod_python: Failed to create global mutex 26 of 32 (/tmp/mpmtx1452126).
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [error] mod_python: We can probably continue,
but with diminished ability to process session locks.
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [error] mod_python: Hint: On Linux, the
problem may be the number of available semaphores, check 'sysctl
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [notice] Digest: generating secret for digest
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [notice] Digest: done
[Fri Jun 11 12:45:20 2004] [emerg] (23)Too many open files in system:
Couldn't create accept lock
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