On Thu, 5 Aug 2004 15:41:50 +0200 Ian Forbes <email@example.com> wrote: > Hi > > I have a problem with my webserver. It was originally setup with > Potato (or earlier version) of Debian a few years back. > > Currently it has been fully upgraded to Woody, plus selected > packages have been upgraded to "Testing". These include > php(4.3.4-4) and all its dependencies including apache(1.3.31-2). > and libapache-mod-perl(126.96.36.199-9). These are the latest "testing" > release versions. > > Recently I did an "apt-get upgrade" and it downloaded and installed > the above version of apache. Afterwards it would not start, it > failed without showing an error on either the screen or the log > files. Running "apache -F" I got a segmentation fault. > > After a bit of playing, I discovered if I comment out either the > php4 or mod-perl in the new modules.conf (imported from httpd.conf) > the server starts normally. With both modules loaded the server get > a segmentation fault. > > I am wondering if there is a version conflict between the modules, > or if there is a restriction on permissions or resources, inherited > from the earlier version, which prevents the apache server from > starting? > > Has anybody seen this before? I have not experienced this problem before, but I have seen several threads here on Debian-user that resolved it by uninstalling the php4-imap package. Alternatively, you should be able to simply disable php4-imap in your php.ini file to see if it is the problem. HTH, Jacob -- GnuPG Key: 1024D/16377135 Random .signature #7: Microsoft is not the answer. Microsoft is the question. Linux is the answer.
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