How can I create an environment variable on Linux
When using apache it normally inherits the environment in which it was
started and keeps this environment for executing cgi scripts. For example:
if root has oracle environment variables such as ORACLE_SID set when
starting the server then these are normally available to cgi scripts when
they execute much like the path is. However sometimes and specifically this
time they are not. Could someone explain how this works? It seems to be
somewhat random to me. I've had situations where various instances of the
server had different paths than others.
I'm running apache 1.3.4 and apache 1.3.6 on solaris 2.7 with mod_perl 1.18
and 1.19 respectively.