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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10272] - die of server
Date Fri, 23 Aug 2002 15:21:34 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From chrisd@pearsoncmg.com  2002-08-23 15:21 -------
Just as a note, I was having this problem while developing a third-party module,
with 2.0.39, but didn't have time to investigate.  The server was barely loaded
and so the fact that the master process would die, but the child processes
remained alive, was puzzling.  After I upgraded to 2.0.40 and moved on to other
work, the problem seemed to go away.  I tried switching back to 2.0.39 and
leaving the server to run for long periods, or restarting it frequently, and
couldn't reproduce the problem.

Eventually, I realized that what I must have been doing was copying a newly
rebuilt httpd binary into the installation directory while the server was
running.  Changing the binary underneath a running server seems to cause the
master process alone to exit.  Fair enough!  So although the submitter of this
bug didn't respond, I wonder if that's what he or she was doing too.

For the record, I'm running on Solaris 8 with OpenSSL 0.9.6g, and the following
configuration, compiled with Sun's WorkShop 6 update 2 C 5.3 compiler:

./configure --prefix=/path/to/apache/wps-grader-2.0.40 \
        --with-layout=Apache \
        --with-port=8080 \
        --with-mpm=worker \
        --with-ssl=/path/to/openssl-0.9.6g \
        --enable-auth-digest \
        --enable-cgid \
        --enable-expires \
        --enable-headers \
        --enable-http \
        --enable-info \
        --enable-ssl \
        --enable-status \
        --enable-unique-id \
        --disable-cgi \
        --disable-dav \
        --disable-includes \
        --disable-proxy \
        --disable-userdir
Summary is: If the submitter was copying new httpd executables into place
while the server was running, that might explain his or her problems.
Moral is: Don't do that.

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