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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 45559] Segfaults of apache on RHEL3, also different ldd output of bin/httpd (related?)
Date Wed, 06 Aug 2008 21:47:52 GMT
https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=45559





--- Comment #6 from Marc Guardiola <mguardiola@asp4all.nl>  2008-08-06 14:47:51 PST
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I could do that. I'm not sure though if openssl will handle bugs regarding an
'old' version patched by RedHat. I'd first have to see if this problem happens
with the latest version of openssl as well, if this isn't the case then it
could be RedHat's problem. Then RedHat maybe doesn't care because they're not
shipping 2.0.63 . What a cruel world we live in.

Things that would make me think it's an issue with apache is that versions
prior to 2.0.63 work like a charm, as does our other software that is linked to
openssl. Also strange and that 2.0.63 crashes 'most of the time' instead of
always. However, the thing that works in favour of apache is that we dont have
this problem on RHEL4. RHEL3 and RHEL4 got the same version of openssl though,
0.9.7a (patched). Although RedHat perhaps didn't patch them identically.

Do you have an idea what changes in 2.0.63 regarding the aproach of using the
openssl libraries could cause this ? If it's a bug in openssl, maybe it's
already out there.. ?


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