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Configuring apache to force a process (pid) per user? Open


I configured a web site using django WSGI and Apache. Since several users can launch a request (lasting 30s) at the same time, I configured WSGI with multiple processes so that a user won't wait for other users requests to end by specifying processes=10:

WSGIDeamonProcess website processes=10 threads=1
WSGIProcessGroup website
WSGIApplicationGroup %{GLOBAL}
WSGIScriptAlias / /path/to/

It works well, but when the user makes a first request, he has to make a second one; both requests are launched in two different processes (pid), but I need them to be executed in the same process (because of a global variable that they share). Therefore, I thought about making all request of that user in the same process to solve this. Is there an Apache configuration option do to this: make all requests of a user in the same process (or sub-interpreter)?