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Bug#283800: marked as done (apache-mpm-worker - fails with "Invalid argument: apr_proc_mutex_unlock failed")



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Package: apache2-mpm-worker
Version: 2.0.52-3
Severity: grave

apache fails with "Invalid argument: apr_proc_mutex_unlock failed" while
doing a gracefull restart. This seems to be the same problem than
described in #231147.

Adding "AcceptMutex fcntl" into the worker module section fixes the
problem.

Bastian

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severity inflation: check
duplicate of existing bug (which should probably be reopened): check
user configuration issue: check

cheers,
daniel



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