Apache::Storage is a Perl module for storing data in Apache.
Ever wanted to store information in Apache so the additional requests could gain access to it?
For example, you create an object which is fairly expensive and you don't want to have to recreate each time, or say you just have some information you are storing in a reference that you want requests that follow you to see.
This module is for you.
It has three functions described below. They allow you to store and retrieve information from the Apache process. The functions are fairly simple and should make it pretty easy for you to do so without to much hassle.
All of this works with subrequests, so unlike pnotes, you don't need to worry about loosing data if your request is subrequested by an outside Apache module.
You can also use the ApacheStorage directive inside of Apache to prime data into the Apache::Storage.