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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11676] - Apache httpd core dump with "[notice] child pid 1488 exit signal Segmentation Fault (11), possible coredump in..."
Date Tue, 13 Aug 2002 21:23:04 GMT
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Apache httpd core dump with "[notice] child pid 1488 exit signal Segmentation Fault (11),
possible coredump in..."





------- Additional Comments From glerma@dal.dset.com  2002-08-13 21:23 -------
Actually hear is a slightly better output of truss on the Parent PID
truss -t open,close,read,write -d -p 1484 -f

[Tue Aug 13 16:14:22 2002] [notice] child pid 1910 exit signal Bus Error (10), 
possible coredump in /data2/www/i-webdev1/apache


i-webdev1@webdev >: truss -t open,close,read,write -d -p 1484 -f
truss: non-existent process ignored: -f
Base time stamp:  1029273250.4556  [ Tue Aug 13 16:14:10 CDT 2002 ]
12.1595 write(15, " [ T u e   A u g   1 3  ".., 128)    = 128


I'm not sure where this is happening but this dump occurred just by hitting 
the "Back" button on my browser.

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