use APR::BucketAlloc (); $ba = APR::BucketAlloc->new($pool); $ba->destroy;
Description"APR::BucketAlloc" is used for bucket allocation.
newCreate an "APR::BucketAlloc" object:
$ba = APR::BucketAlloc->new($pool);
- class: "APR::BucketAlloc"
- arg1: $pool ( "APR::Pool object" )
- The pool used to create this object.
- ret: $ba ( "APR::BucketAlloc object" )
- The new object.
- since: 2.0.00
This bucket allocation list (freelist) is used to create new buckets (via "APR::Bucket->new") and bucket brigades (via "APR::Brigade->new").
You only need to use this method if you aren't running under httpd. If you are running under mod_perl, you already have a bucket allocation available via "$c->bucket_alloc" and "$bb->bucket_alloc".
use APR::BucketAlloc (); use APR::Pool (); my $ba = APR::BucketAlloc->(APR::Pool->pool); my $eos_b = APR::Bucket::eos_create($ba);
destroyDestroy an "APR::BucketAlloc object":
- arg1: $ba ( "APR::BucketAlloc object" )
- The freelist to destroy.
- ret: no return value
- since: 2.0.00
Once destroyed this object may not be used again.
You need to destroy $ba only if you have created it via "APR::BucketAlloc->new". If you try to destroy an allocation not created by this method, you will get a segmentation fault.
Moreover normally it is not necessary to destroy allocators, since the pool which created them will destroy them during that pool's cleanup phase.
See Alsomod_perl 2.0 documentation.
Copyrightmod_perl 2.0 and its core modules are copyrighted under The Apache Software License, Version 2.0.
AuthorsThe mod_perl development team and numerous contributors.