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Re: Segmentation Fault after apache-ssl upgrade

Hi Felipe,
	this seems to be a problem with perl that has been recently
updated in sarge. Soon a new version of apache should enter sarge as well
to fix this problem.


On Mon, 29 Dec 2003, Felipe Martínez Hermo wrote:

> 	Hi!
> 	I have just apt-get upgrade'd my system (Debian testing) and seems like
> apache-* upgraded to version
> 	Apache restarted just right, but apache-ssl responds with segmentation fault:
> max:/home/felipe/apache# /etc/init.d/apache-ssl start
> Starting web server: apache-ssl/etc/init.d/apache-ssl: line 65:  2207
> Segmentation fault      start-stop-daemon --start --pidfile $PIDFILE --exec
> failed
> 	There is one difference between apache and apache-ssl in this particular
> system: ssl is configured to interact with an Oracle database through Oracle
> client 8.1.7 and perl-dbi but it had been working fine for 2 years
> 	There's also something wrong with logs:
> I found this at /var/log/apache-ssl/error.log.1:
> [Sun Dec 28 06:25:21 2003] [notice] SIGUSR1 received.  Doing graceful restart
> However, it doesn't seem to have restarted "gracefully" and both access.log
> and error.log are empty
> 	What else can I try? Sorry if I seem a little bit lost, but is the first time
> that apt-get is not going right.
> 	Thank you

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