[fpc-pascal] How to use FCGI in threaded mode?
Michael Van Canneyt
michael at freepascal.org
Sun Feb 15 11:11:58 CET 2015
On Sun, 15 Feb 2015, silvioprog wrote:
> Oops ... I sent an incorrect example ...
> Please use this new example in attached, it is the correct example.
> On Sat, Feb 14, 2015 at 11:51 PM, silvioprog <silvioprog at gmail.com> wrote:
> I was able to make the example works in "enablereuse=on" mode! =)
> It was not necessary to change the mycustfcgi.pas, it is the same as the previous
> This made the application more responsive, now I hold the F5 key on the browser
> and I can see the millisecond changing on the screen, even with another tab
> "locked" in a 10-second loop. In the first example it was not possible.
> In that second example was added the "KeepConnection" property. If it is False,
> the application will work as the first example that I sent: each connection is
> closed in the end of request. If it is True, it will only open a new thread if
> the first thread was still occupied in any processing, otherwise the
> AcceptConnection of the application will be used.
> I'm really impressed with the great performance achieved, please check this log
> below (Chrome debug the result):
- KeepConnection logic already existed. It is part of the fastcgi protocol.
Normally, the apache server must send a keepconnection option as part of the request.
See the 'FKeepConnectionAfterRequest' variable in TFCGIrequest, it is processed when
the FCGI_BEGIN_REQUEST block comes in and is checked after each request.
The fact that you apparently needed to introduce special processing means the proxy
module does not correctly set this option. To test, you can check the value of the flag
in the request handler.
I also suggest you look at the existing implementation of KeepConnection and see
where that needs to be changed, instead of introducing new KeepConnection handling.
- if you really need to introduce an additional flag, please put an extra flag in
ProtocolOptions. Something like 'poDefaultKeepConnection'.
Do not introduce new booleans 'options' when an option set exists...
- Don't change the constructor signature, that is bad practice.
A TComponent constructor must be Create(AOwner : TComponent);
if you really want to change it, just create another one:
Constructur CreateCustom(AOwner : TComponent; KeepConnection : Boolean);
For components, properties must always be settable after create,
otherwise streaming does not work correctly.
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