I've got an issue, and I need help:

$r is automagically available in a handler
I often need use of Apache2::Request in my handler
and sometimes i need to do this:
Apache2::RequestUtil->request($r);

i've learned to day that doing any of that in multiple handlers is a
no-no, either stacked or as a different request phase items

took forever for me to bugshoot...

but calling either of these:
Apache2::RequestUtil->request($r);
my $apr= Apache2::Request->new( $r , DISABLE_UPLOADS=>1 ,
POST_MAX=>10_000 );

in a handler , after either have been called, will cause either in
the apache log:
a segfault
[Mon Jul 24 17:09:06 2006] [notice] child pid 1391 exit signal Bus
error (10) #which i think is a segfault too

with this written to the error log
[Mon Jul 24 16:43:18 2006] [error] [client 127.0.0.1] Conflicting
information


Is doing a setup and setting a pnote my only option?

i'm doing 2 handlers so i can do some cookie checking/redirection for
a beta site-- i don't want to hardcode too much stuff like that in,
as I'll be deleting one of the handlers shortly


// Jonathan Vanasco

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