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From Rob Hartill <>
Subject [BUG]: "generates SIGSEGV when redirecting server root index.html" on Irix (fwd)
Date Mon, 10 Feb 1997 20:44:19 GMT


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Date: Mon Feb 10 11:36:23 1997
Subject: [BUG]: "generates SIGSEGV when redirecting server root index.html" on Irix

Operating system: Irix, version: 6.2
Version of Apache Used: 1.2 beta 4 and 6
Extra Modules used: 
URL exhibiting problem: 

We have 2 servers and I'd like to redirect the server root
of the one of the servers to point to the other, so only
one "home page" exists. I add the following line to my srm.conf:

Redirect /index.html

And when I try and get the server root, the common log shows:

[Mon Feb 10 11:21:35 1997] httpd: caught SIGSEGV, dumping core

However I've been unable to find the core file, but it immediately
closes the connection when this happens. 


Doesn't appear to be generating a core file... I'm not 
limiting core size, either.

# find / -name core -exec ls -ld {} \;
# limit
cputime         unlimited
filesize        unlimited
datasize        unlimited
stacksize       65536 kbytes
coredumpsize    unlimited
memoryuse       118640 kbytes
vmemoryuse      unlimited
descriptors     200 


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