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Re: Apache - SIGSEGV but no core dumps.

Przemyslaw Wegrzyn wrote:
Hello !

I have noticed the following lines in Apache's error.log:

[Fri Jun 29 17:35:41 2001] [notice] child pid 18786 exit signal
Segmentation fault (11)
[Fri Jun 29 17:35:54 2001] [notice] child pid 20229 exit signal
Segmentation fault (11)

I've experienced the same problem some weeks ago. My problem was libraries!!!
I installed Debian 2.2 r0 and everything was really fine (as expected :), until my partner
installed something directelly from the Debian repository (> r0) . Then every time we access
the server using M$ IE ver. 5.0  some of the connections died and the error log was exactly the
same tou describe! I solved the problem doing an "apt-get dist-upgrade" to 2.2 r2!!

If you have done the same as us then this is your solution, else... ??  ;)


I've strace'd Apache - the child processes dies after finishing handling
request and writing line to access log , so it isn't critical, but...

I use Apache 1.3.19 + php4.0.5 from Woody in chrooted enviroment.
My problem is actually I can't force Apache to drop core files.
I've added ulimit -c unlimited to /etc/init.d/apache, and set
CoreDumpDirectory to some world writeable dir.
Nope - I can't get any core to do backtrace on it. Why ?


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Pedro Braga
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