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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 21719] - Adding AuthLDAPURL to httpd.conf file causes segmentaion fault on Solaris 9
Date Thu, 06 May 2004 16:42:00 GMT
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Adding AuthLDAPURL to httpd.conf file causes segmentaion fault on Solaris 9

swaltner@lsil.com changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Version|2.0.47                      |2.0.49



------- Additional Comments From swaltner@lsil.com  2004-05-06 16:41 -------
I confirmed this same problem on the latest release of Apache, so I have updated the Version
tag.

Since this hasn't seemed to spark any work on resolution, I started working on debugging the
error. I'm 
having trouble getting ddd/gdb to trace into apr_ldap_url.c and ldap_url_parse_ext() where
the bug 
appears to be. I've gotten as far as tracking down the problem to what happens inside mod_auth_ldap

at line 702:

result = apr_ldap_url_parse(url, &(urld));

This function is returning bogus data, leading to a segmentation fault a few lines later on.

I do find it odd that Way Sun has seen this problem on Linux. I am running the same software
on a 
Redhat 6.1 system and the mod_auth_ldap module is working fine.

I'm beginning to suspect it's something broken in linking process between httpd and the functions
from 
apr_ldap_util.c inside the libaprutil.so.0 library. I was thinking it was a big/little endian
error, but since 
Way found this same problem on x86 Linux, that doesn't make sense.

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