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    Part IV:  Debugging and Troubleshooting
      Chapter 21.  Error Handling and Debugging
      Section 21.1.  Warnings and Errors Explained
      Section 21.2.  Debugging Code in Single-Server Mode
      Section 21.3.  Tracing System Calls
      Section 21.4.  Tracing mod_perl-Specific Perl Calls
      Section 21.5.  Debugging Perl Code
      Section 21.6.  Analyzing Dumped core Files
      Section 21.7.  Hanging Processes: Detection and Diagnostics
      Section 21.8.  Useful Debug Modules
      Section 21.9.  Looking Inside the Server
      Section 21.10.  References
      Chapter 22.  Troubleshooting mod_perl
      Section 22.1.  Configuration and Startup
      Section 22.2.  Code Parsing and Compilation
      Section 22.3.  Runtime
      Section 22.4.  Shutdown and Restart
      Chapter 23.  Getting Help and Online Resources
      Section 23.1.  How to Report Problems
      Section 23.2.  Mailing List Etiquette
      Section 23.3.  Resources
    Part V:  mod_perl 2.0
      Chapter 24.  mod_perl 2.0: Installation and Configuration
      Section 24.1.  What's New in Apache 2.0
      Section 24.2.  What's New in Perl 5.6.0-5.8.0
      Section 24.3.  What's New in mod_perl 2.0
      Section 24.4.  Installing mod_perl 2.0
      Section 24.5.  Configuring mod_perl 2.0
      Section 24.6.  Resources
      Chapter 25.  Programming for mod_perl 2.0
      Section 25.1.  Migrating to and Programming with mod_perl 2.0
      Section 25.2.  New Apache Phases and Corresponding Perl*Handlers
      Section 25.3.  I/O Filtering
    Part VI:  Appendixes
      Appendix A.  mod_perl Recipes
      Section A.1.  Emulating the Authentication Mechanism
      Section A.2.  Reusing Data from POST Requests
      Section A.3.  Redirecting POST Requests
      Section A.4.  Redirecting While Maintaining Environment Variables
      Section A.5.  Handling Cookies
      Section A.6.  Sending Multiple Cookies with the mod_perl API
      Section A.7.  Sending Cookies in REDIRECT Responses
      Section A.8.  CGI::params in the mod_perlish Way
      Section A.9.  Sending Email from mod_perl
      Section A.10.  mod_rewrite in Perl
      Section A.11.  Setting PerlHandler Based on MIME Type
      Section A.12.  Singleton Database Handles
      Section A.13.  Terminating a Child Process on Request Completion
      Section A.14.  References
      Appendix B.  Apache Perl Modules
      Section B.1.  Development-Stage Modules
      Section B.2.  Modules to Aid Debugging
      Section B.3.  Control and Monitoring Modules
      Section B.4.  Server Configuration Modules
      Section B.5.  Authentication-Phase Modules
      Section B.6.  Authorization-Phase Modules
      Section B.7.  Access-Phase Modules
      Section B.8.  Type Handlers
      Section B.9.  Trans Handlers
      Section B.10.  Fixup Handlers
      Section B.11.  Generic Content-Generation Modules
      Section B.12.  Application-Specific Content-Generation Modules
      Section B.13.  Database Modules
      Section B.14.  Toolkits and Frameworks for Content-Generation and Other Phases
      Section B.15.  Output Filters and Layering Modules
      Section B.16.  Logging-Phase Handlers
      Section B.17.  Core Apache Modules
      Section B.18.  Other Miscellaneous Modules
      Appendix C.  ISPs Providing mod_perl Services
      Section C.1.  Users Sharing a Single Web Server
      Section C.2.  Users Sharing a Single Machine
      Section C.3.  Giving Each User a Separate Machine (Colocation)
      Section C.4.  Giving Each User a Virtual Machine
      Appendix D.  The Template Toolkit
      Section D.1.  Fetching and Installing the Template Toolkit
      Section D.2.  Overview
      Section D.3.  Typical Uses
      Section D.4.  Template Toolkit Language
      Section D.5.  Processing Templates
      Section D.6.  Apache/mod_perl Handler
      Section D.7.  Apache::Template Module
      Section D.8.  Hangman Application
      Section D.9.  References
      Appendix E.  The AxKit XML Application Server
      Section E.1.  Installing and Configuring AxKit
      Section E.2.  Your First AxKit Page
      Section E.3.  Dynamic Content
      Section E.4.  More XPathScript Details
      Section E.5.  XSLT
      Section E.6.  Putting Everything Together
      Section E.7.  More Reasons to Use AxKit
      Appendix F.  HTTP Status Codes
      Section F.1.  HTTP/1.0 Status Codes
      Section F.2.  HTTP/1.1 Status Codes
      Section F.3.  References

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