CGI's on a linux server
Björnke von Gierke
bvg at mac.com
Wed Mar 12 07:59:24 EDT 2008
Yes start using "only" starts using the stack, but what makes you
think the stack is not in memory while being in use?
If you want to use stacks in cgi's, you need to make sure they all
close before the cgi quits. It's just the way it is, and i don't know
exactly why. My guess is, that cgi's do not get the usual "cleanup"
stuff normal apps would get, for efficiencies sake. As you seem
reluctant to try if I'm actually right, here's an example handler you
start using stack "rocketscgi.rev"
put the defaultFolder into foo
repeat for each line theLine in the openStacks
close stack theLine
On 12 Mar 2008, at 09:07, Michael Doub wrote:
> If the script was not terminating properly I would think that there
> have been some output from the cgiOutput statement before script
> I don’t think that the "start using stack" statement is being
> executed to
> cause rockerscgi.rev to be loaded into memory. Note that the
> handler is identical in both cases except that in the failing case
> it is in
> a library stack vs being included in the same script.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Gaskin [mailto:ambassador at fourthworld.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 12, 2008 2:25 AM
> To: How to use Revolution
> Subject: Re: CGI's on a linux server
> Björnke von Gierke wrote:
>> you need to manually (codially?) close every stack that you open in a
>> cgi, otherwise you get that error.
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