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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 22061] - About alias mapping the /
Date Tue, 28 Dec 2004 18:11:08 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From eloi.granado@millorsoft.es  2004-12-28 19:11 -------
Just as Joshua Slive pointed and confirmed, the bug report had nothing to do  
with the segfaults. It was about an inacurate statement in a documentation  
page (that, by the way, has not been corrected).  
  
Anyway, I'll just add some comments on the segfault thing.   
  
I remember Apache segfaulted on those Solaris (may be version 7) servers in  
two cases:  
- Redirecting the / (as I stated, a silly thing to do).  
- An old/unused child being killed by the master process. The child died from  
segfault instead of sigterm.  
  
Those segfaults may certainly be caused by some factors external to Apache.  
The Apache versions used were certainly old even then, because they were the  
only ones supported by BEA Weblogic and Vignette. The OS version wasn't the  
latest, either. I'm sorry of neither being able to reproduce them, nor to try  
it with recent versions of Apache. 

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