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From Chuck Murcko <ch...@telebase.com>
Subject Re: mod_proxy 1.1 error log bug (fwd)
Date Tue, 09 Jul 1996 15:13:00 GMT
Hi Ingo. Do the permissions on the directory you have set in the config
directive CacheRoot allow writing by the user ID under which httpd is
running?

Rob Hartill liltingly intones:
> 
> 
> Not acked
> 
> 
> From: Ingo Macherius <ingo.macherius@mwe.hvr.scn.de>
> Message-Id: <199607081158.NAA01056@ESAMX6.mwe.hvr.scn.de>
> Subject: mod_proxy 1.1 error log bug
> To: apache-bugs@apache.org
> Date: Mon, 8 Jul 1996 13:57:59 +0200 (MDT)
> Cc: webmaster@mwe.hvr.scn.de
> Reply-To: Ingo Macherius <Ingo.Macherius@mwe.hvr.scn.de>
> Organisation: Siemens AG Hannover, TD MWE
> X-URL: http://www.tu-clausthal.de/~inim
> X-Mailer: ELM [version 2.4 PL24alpha5]
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> 
> Bug Report for Apache 1.1 (release version)
> - -------------------------------------------
> 
> Sender:		Ingo Macherius	<Ingo.Macherius@mwe.hvr.scn.de>
> Problem:	mod_proxy.c reports lots of messages to log/error
> 		which indicate that #tmp files can't be created.
> 		This is nonsense, as caching is not activated.
> OS:		Sinix 5.41, which is a straight AT&T SVR4 derivate
> Apache Version: 1.1
> Extra Modules:	mod_proxy.c
> 
> Symtoms:	I run apache 1.1 as a non-caching proxy	server. The only
> 		active mod_proxy options are:
> 
> 		ProxyRequests On
> 		ProxyRemote	http://	http://my.proxy.com:8888
> 		ProxyRemote	ftp://	http://my.proxy.com:8888
> 		ProxyRemote	gopher://	http://my.proxy.com:8888
> 		ProxyRemote	wais://	http://my.proxy.com:8888
> 
> 		All other mod_proxy things are commented out. In spite of
> 		this every request creates a line like
> 
> 		[Mon Jul  8 13:36:40 1996] proxy: error creating cache file
> 		- open: /#tmpa000Bt: Permission denied
> 		
> 		I checked out old logs and found this is true since 1.1b2.
> 		It slowly eats my harddisk, but I don't really want to
> 		drop all errors (just in case I need them for unusual
> 		behaviour tracedowns).
> 
> Workaround:	Write errors to /dev/null. Gnarf.
> 
> Virtually yours,
> Ingo
> - -- 
> Campus:  Ingo.Macherius@tu-clausthal.de      http://www.tu-clausthal.de/~inim
> Siemens: Ingo.Macherius@mwe.hvr.scn.de       http://www.scn.de/~inim
>  information != knowledge != wisdom != truth != beauty != music == best (FZ)
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> ----- End of forwarded message from Ingo Macherius -----
> 
> -- 
> Rob Hartill (robh@imdb.com)
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chuck
Chuck Murcko	N2K Inc.	Wayne PA	chuck@telebase.com
And now, on a lighter note:
... A booming voice says, "Wrong, cretin!", and you notice that you
have turned into a pile of dust.

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