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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13090] - apache2.0.42 coredumps upon stop on HPUX11
Date Tue, 01 Oct 2002 01:15:15 GMT
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apache2.0.42 coredumps upon stop on HPUX11





------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2002-10-01 01:15 -------
>The core dump points to kill() and exit() in the apache server.

The kill() is irrelevant.  That is something our signal handler does after
something bad has already happened.

You may want to run some sort of memory debugger to see if perhaps heap
storage is being misused.

If it were me, I'd find the minimal testcase required to duplicate the
problem, and start commenting out plug-in code until the segfault no
longer occurs for the minimal testcase.  Whether the bug is in 
Apache or in the plug-in, it will almost certainly require playing with
the plug-in until you find the critical operation it is doing which is 
key to the problem.

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