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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18493] - Received shutdown signal
Date Tue, 08 Apr 2003 05:04:28 GMT
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Received shutdown signal

wrowe@apache.org changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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             Status|NEW                         |RESOLVED
         Resolution|                            |INVALID



------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2003-04-08 05:04 -------

  It appears this is either

   1. a bug in PHP.
   2. a very broken client.

  Note that the user with this condition;

166.82.79.38 - - [29/Mar/2003:18:23:20 -0500] "GET /shop HTTP/1.1" 301 237
166.82.79.38 - - [29/Mar/2003:18:23:20 -0500] "GET /shop/ HTTP/1.1" 200 607
166.82.79.38 - - [29/Mar/2003:18:23:21 -0500] "L" 501 216
166.82.79.38 - - [29/Mar/2003:18:23:25 -0500] "L" 501 216
166.82.79.38 - - [29/Mar/2003:18:23:26 -0500] "L" 501 216

  appears to be a typical user navigating your pages, but either the user
  or apache ends up in an unstable state.  If this was a keepalive or a
  pipelined connection, there could be a significant bug in either php 
  or the client, but this doesn't correspond to any observed Apache bug.

  Adding the client header to your log file might help pin it down to either
  one or the other.

  In any case, we suggest you try the new php4 apache2handler module (which
  is different than the apache2filter module) or run PHP in cgi mode.

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