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solved Re: potato i386. apache segfault after jserv deinstallation



hi again,

huh, i solved the problem, at least my apache is running again
:-) i found out that the reason for the apache to segfault were
15 buggy apache-modules:

env_module
mime_magic_module
imap_module
dbm_auth_module
proxy_module
digest_module
headers_module
usertrack_module
jserv_module
put_module
throttle_module
allowdev_module
auth_mysql_module
eaccess_module
roaming_module

i guess that this has something to do with removing and
re-installing cocoon and jserv - although 'apt-get check'
returned no dependency-problems at all. '/usr/sbin/apache -t'
returns the syntax of http.conf being ok (i really think it's ok
as i am pretty experienced in this). the system where the apache
runs on is a very recent debian potato.

or are these modules broken by default?

could somebody please forward this message to the apache.deb and
jserv.deb maintainers? thanks

rgds

dani

Daniel Mettler wrote:
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> if this message already appeared on the list, sorry for resending
> it. i got still the same problem. if sb sent an answer, please
> send it again as i did not even receive my own message (too close
> subscription probably)
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> hia,
> 
> yesterday i migrated a website to debian potato. apache (from
> official deb binaries) excecuted with the new configuration, no
> probs.
> 
> then i saw that both cocoon and jserv did not configure properly
> (but i did not expect anything else as i have not set them up).

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