Forum: NGINX about 'init_master'

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Yingbo Qiu (Guest)
on 2008-12-18 12:24
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I'm a module developer, I found nginx start process is:

 1. blahblahblah
 2. listen
 3. invoke 'init_module'
 4. register signal handler
 5. fork master.
 6. master setsid()
 7. master getpid() and write to nginx.pid
 8. master mainloop()

Now I want do sth in 'init_master', but it seems that nginx do not
implement init_master hook in 0.6.x & 0.7.x,

and the prototype definition in ngx_conf_file.h is 'ngx_int_t
 (*init_master)(ngx_log_t *log);', but other hook functions's argument
is 'ngx_cycle_t *cycle'

How to do 'init_master'?

Sorry for my pool english
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