> > embedding UML in things like Apache to provide a standard internal
> > development and execution environment
> This is little perverted, right?
> What is it good for?
Secure mod_perl - i.e. mod_perl in an Apache that's shared with other web sites
mod_perl in any language supported by Linux
Interactive debugging of your perl on live requests inside a live Apache
The section that's relevant here starts at
There are also some wackier possibilities which I'm not sure are terribly
useful or practical, but would still be interesting to look at, such as:
Treating HTTP requests as processes, so
# ps uax
apache 1120 0.0 0.6 4388 1536 ? S 13:46 0:00 GET / HTTP/1.0
# kill -9 1120
# nice -20 1120
Treating HTTP requests as packets and using Netfilter to manipulate them.
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