> sub request_cache {
> if ($ENV{MOD_PERL}) {

use Carp;
confess shift;
> require Apache2::RequestUtil;
> 316: my $request = Apache2::RequestUtil->request;
> my $cache = $request->pnotes();

tail -f error_log
apachectl restart

thats how.... I'm guessing there is some code not wrapped in a function that calls this function
which is getting sucked in at startup via a PerlModule, require, or use elsewhere. At anyrate, the stack trace will
tell all.

grep -l request_cache *

grep request_cache * |wc -l

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