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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 14861] - "Error string not specified yet" on each https request
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2002 13:18:52 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2002-12-03 13:18 -------
I just verified this problem with 64-bit build on AIX.  It turns out that
the sdbm support is busted when int and size_t are different.

apr_datum_t is (char *, apr_size_t) and apr_sdbm_datum_t is (char *, int),
and the CONVERT_DATUM and RETURN_DATUM macros in apr_dbm_sdbm.c assume that
the structures can be copied just by casting instead of copying member-by-
member.

I'll attach a patch that gets "testdbm auto foo" working, but I haven't
tested the firstkey/nextkey support.

A better fix may be to define apr_sdbm_datum_t to (char *, apr_size_t).
I didn't have time/patience at the moment to make sure that doesn't
affect the file format, which would be really bad news.

If you can test the patch with a 64-bit build on Solaris, at least we
can know that the root cause of the failure is the same, and hopefully it 
gets mod_ssl working for you.

Thanks!

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