[Web-SIG] WSGI multi threading indications?
Phillip J. Eby
pje at telecommunity.com
Mon Jan 8 19:53:42 CET 2007
At 10:08 AM 1/8/2007 -0800, Robert Brewer wrote:
>You'll have to manually tell any WSGI server what environment it's running
>in, because mod_proxy/mod_rewrite doesn't include that metadata by
>default. There's probably a way to send a custom header from Apache up to
>the WSGI server, but that would be by convention only (at this point).
Actually, the original poster's question is with respect to a standalone
server program, so Apache would have no way to know what mode it (the
standalone Python program) is running in!
>If you use mod_python (3.1 or better) instead of proxy/rewrite, you can
>inspect apache.mpm_query(apache.AP_MPMQ_IS_THREADED) and
Not in the OP's case, since he's using a standalone program. It doesn't
matter what Apache's threading model is, he needs the threading model of
*his* program. :)
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