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...and if so, how?

I'm using Apache2 + mod_fcgid to serve a perl Catalyst application, on a box that I own, and I'd like for mod_fcgid to maintain a minimum number of spun-up processes ready to go. The docs say that FcgidMinProcessesPerClass only enforces a

minimum number of processes that will be retained in a process class after finishing requests

How do I get apache to start up with a certain number of appserver subprocesses on an idle server without using artificial load to get there?

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Per Jeff Trawick, the answer is no.

Here's a feature request to address it:

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