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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 18756] - Apache core dump when using LDAP authentification.
Date Thu, 24 Apr 2003 10:03:03 GMT
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Apache core dump when using LDAP authentification.





------- Additional Comments From dbb@st-andrews.ac.uk  2003-04-24 10:03 -------


I've the same problem on Solaris.


2.0.44 and 2.0.43 seem ok, but if you look at http://servername/ldap-status on 
these builds it says ldap cache is disabled.




Using OpenLdap libraries 2.1.8 originally, upgraded to 2.1.17, gives no change.




2.0.45 core dumps with Bus Error or Seg Fault when asking for a page (seems to 
do it every request)  I've tested on Suse linux and it segfaults far less 
frequently, <10 times for 5000 hits. I've set up an LDAP server with 5000 dummy 
users and a script to use wget to ask for an authenticated page using different 
users.




Configure options were 


./configure --prefix=/opt/apache/httpd/2.0.44 --with-ssl=/opt/SSL/default 
--enable-so --enable-ssl --enable-auth-ldap --with-ldap --enable-ldap 
--enable-proxy --sysconfdir=/etc/apache2/conf --with-ldap-include=/opt/ldap/2.1.
8/include --with-ldap-lib=/opt/ldap/2.1.8/lib --enable-rewrite 




Though I've removed everything but the ldap flags and still get the same 
problem.  Tried removing the ldap module and using the mod_auth_ldap from www.
muquit.com - works fine, but I don't want to have to get my users to change all 
their access files :)

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