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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24801] - Apache crashes when distinct users exceeds LDAPCacheEntries
Date Fri, 09 Jul 2004 16:14:34 GMT
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Apache crashes when distinct users exceeds LDAPCacheEntries





------- Additional Comments From jessh@ptc.com  2004-07-09 16:14 -------
> Note that the last time I tested the cache entry overflow it still
> crashed when I through 2500 unique user login attempts at a 2150
> entry cache.  This is more representative of our real use cases
> than 5 unique users against a single user entry cache or the like
> and I've not had a chance to (or much interest in) testing this
> particular case.

I've built an Apache 2.0.50 from sources for Windows (to get HTTPS support, of
course, plus tiny extensions to mod_deflate and sockopt -- which is missing
send-buffer-size configurability on Windows) and re-ran the test noted above.

I get a 100% repeatable crash at around user 2160, i.e. the buffer overflow is
*not* fixed, at least not on Windows.  [I can test Solaris and AIX when I get
those binaries built.]

In short, this bug is *not* fixed in 2.0.50.

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