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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14861] - "Error string not specified yet" on each https request
Date Mon, 02 Dec 2002 14:08:36 GMT
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"Error string not specified yet" on each https request

tcastelle@generali.fr changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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           Severity|Minor                       |Normal
          Component|mod_ssl                     |Core



------- Additional Comments From tcastelle@generali.fr  2002-12-02 14:08 -------
I have some news about this problem. I found it was, on Solaris 8, because we
compiled Apache in 64 bit (with CFLAGS="-m64" ./configure)

You can try it with the testdbm executable in srclib/apr-util/test

With a 32-bit compilation :
# ./configure
...
# cd srclib/apr-util/test
# make
...
# ./testdbm auto foo
Generating data: OK
Testing retrieval: OK

With a 64-bit compilation :
# CFLAGS="-m64" ./configure
...
# cd srclib/apr-util/test
# make
...
# ./testdbm auto foo
Generating data: ABCDEFGHIJ: testdbm: store: failed
APR Error 20014 - Error string not specified yet
APR_DB Error 22 - I/O error occurred.

I must say that we HAVE to compile it in 64-bit because of a #$*!/# bug in
solaris (limit of 255 opened file descriptors by process in 32 bits !!)

Can you look at this issue ?

Thanks a lot for your help !

Thomas.

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