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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 28923] - Invalid argument for SSLMutex in ./docs/conf/ssl-std.conf.in
Date Sun, 07 Jan 2007 00:27:03 GMT
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eflash@gmx.net changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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          Component|Build                       |Runtime Config
           Priority|P3                          |P5
            Version|2.1-HEAD                    |2.2.3




------- Additional Comments From eflash@gmx.net  2007-01-06 16:27 -------
REMINDER:
soon this configuration file bug will be 4 yours old since first report with 
#19182.....
A lot of folks looked at it, wasted time with writing comments here - but 
nobody was willing to just take a minute and CHANGE ONE LINE although we 
commonly agreed that its currently wrong at least on Win32 and NetWare...
Now 2.2.4 is out the door, and still same bug, and still the need that I've to 
patch the ssl.conf again, arghhhhh! Why cant we just set:
SSLMutex default
and trust that the default is the right default on the platform build for?
Isnt that what defaults are good for??
Sure that nobody else reports here nor votes for that bug because I'm the idiot 
who provides builds with mod_ssl for Win32 and NetWare, and my users get a 
fixed ssl.conf - while the ASF refuses to distribute SSL-enabled versions at 
all. I should probably stop fixing that, and let all the users get frustrated 
and google for the issue.....

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