[mod_python] PythonAutoReload Problem

ron banks rebcoair at cfl.rr.com
Wed Jul 11 12:15:20 EDT 2007

Hi Chris,

I'll let someone else set you straight on this but if you search this
mailing list you will find that it is best to always restart Apache to
be sure that you have the most current code module loaded. If you don't
my understanding is that you can't be sure. I know this because I just
researched it recently myself for the same reasons. I'm sure someone
will correct me if I am misspeaking.

PythonAutoReload is on by default by the way. This directive is there to
give you the option to turn it off.


On Wed, 2007-07-11 at 09:00 -0700, Chris wrote:
> I noticed that sometimes I have to restart Apache before my changes
> are visible in the browser. I then learned that "PythonAutoReload On"
> should fix this. However, my problem is that the URL being requested
> is not a file that was updated so it's not automatically reloading.
> Does anyone know any tricks to get around this?
> Thanks,
> Chris
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