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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 31942] - Problem Compiling httpd-2.0.52 and Openssl-0.9.7d
Date Tue, 02 Nov 2004 21:45:28 GMT
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http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=31942

Problem Compiling httpd-2.0.52 and Openssl-0.9.7d

trawick@apache.org changed:

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



------- Additional Comments From trawick@apache.org  2004-11-02 21:45 -------
The PR should be left resolved/invalid until it proves to be something other
than a toolchain issue.  We can continue to discuss here as appropriate.

>GCC:
>1_ Upgrade to version 3.3.4 from http://aixpdslib.seas.ucla.edu/index.html
>2_ Result are the same, we still have the parsing errors.

Then that gcc is not built for your AIX level either.

As an additional data point: I use www.blastwave.org package of gcc 3.4 for my
Solaris system.  They had similar issue, where their gcc install package
included copies of system header files which did not match recent Solaris.  The
gcc packagers (i.e., the folks that I got gcc from) fixed their packaging so
that when installing their gcc package on recent Solaris the header files would
get fixed as appropriate to match my Solaris system headers.  So now all my
header files (system header files, gcc copy of system header files) are consistent.

None of this is an AIX bug or an Apache bug or a gcc bug.  It is a gcc packaging
issue.

>===================================================
>CC, XLC_R, CC_R:
>
>1_ Upgrade the AIX 5.2 to Maintenance Level 04
>2_ Compiled the Openssl-0.9.7d with CC 
>3_ Compiled Httpd-2.0.52 with the different flavour (cc, xlc_r, cc_r) and the
>httpd program work fine.

Step 1 is not expected to have anything to do with that issue.  Steps 2 and 3
resolved the incompatibility between your gcc-built openssl library and your
cc-built httpd.

>I repeat each operations (compiling) on two (2) different systems (One H80 and
>one 44P). When I issue the following command:
>     apachectl configtest
>
>I get the following time
>    - H80:        2 secondes
>    - Ibm44p:    45 secondes

Two guesses...  

1) The delay is in SSL initialization, and the Ibm44p is MUCH slower than the H80.

A quick and dirty way to check this theory would be to run a CPU monitor (topas,
nmon) during "apachectl configtest" and see if there is a long CPU spike for an
httpd process during the ~44 second delay.

2. delay is caused by DNS lookup

and the Ibm44p is using different DNS configuration?

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