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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24483] - mod_usertrack dumps core...on apache 2.0.48
Date Mon, 10 Nov 2003 04:56:45 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From bojan@rexursive.com  2003-11-10 04:56 -------
BTW, the segfault happens for me when Netscape and RFC2109 cookies are set.
Setting CookieName to Apache gets rid of the problem.

If RFC2965 cookies are set, the problem is not the segfault, but rather the fact
that cookie simply isn't found. Therefore, every new connection generates yet
another cookie (as visible in the log). libapreq2 also sees the cookie as a
different one every time. Therefore, the session upkeeping cannot be done at all.

In any event, setting CookieName to Apache does not work around the above
problem for RFC2965 cookies. Not sure if the patch does...

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