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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 40141] - Apache2.2.2 can not start with mod_ssl
Date Fri, 08 Sep 2006 09:19:14 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From amichai2@amichais.net  2006-09-08 09:19 -------
This may or may not be the same bug, but I have the same problem with Apache
2.2.3 on WinXP. With the SSLEngine on statement in a vhost the service crashes
during startup, and when the statement is commented out everything works fine
(without SSL, of course). Since the server crashes violently (access violation),
the logs don't show any errors that may be the cause of this.

This happens consistently. I'm using the exact same setup (keys,certs,config) as
in the previous Apache 2.0.53 where everything worked fine (brought the config
up to date with version config changes, but the SSL related config remains
exactly the same).

Using debug info for mod_ssl the exception turns out to be an access violation
in ssl_util.c line 203, in the ssl_asn1_table_set method, where the asn1 pointer
is not null but is an invalid value, causing the access violation. Unfortunately
I'm not familiar enough with the apache code base to be able to figure out
what's causing this to happen.

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