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From Jim Jagielski <...@jaguNET.com>
Subject Re: [STATUS] Monday, April 7, 05:05am PDT
Date Mon, 07 Apr 1997 13:40:12 GMT
Roy T. Fielding wrote:
> Plan
> ====
> 
> I need to get home and get some sleep, so that I won't miss my flight
> up to the bay area tonight.  I suggest that Marc's patch be added,
> mod_rewrite updated to Ralf's 3.0.3 (from his site), as much of the docs
> as possible committed (including Ken's FAQ if available), and then tarball.

+1

> 
>   * Tarball 1.2b8 Monday, for release on Tuesday (before 8pm :-).
>     Who is going to do the tarball, since I'll be travelling northward?
>     I recommend updating the MODULE_MAGIC_NUMBER to 19970407 first.

+1 again... I'll tarball if (1) no one else wants to and (2) someone
provides the pointers/info so I do it right :) (I assume a simple
tar of the current CVS tree is the deal... including Configure.tmpl,
etc...)

> 
>   * WWW6 BOF, Tuesday 8pm at Santa Clara Convention Center, Ballroom A/B
>        Attending: Roy, Alexei, Dean, Brian[?], Sameer[?], Doug MacEachern

Wrong coast :)

> Agenda for 1.2b8-dev
> ====================
> 
> Patches available:
> 
>   * Marc's [PATCH] suexec doesn't close log file
>         Status: +1 Marc, Roy, Randy, Chuck
>                 [would have been committed, but Roy lost the patch :(]

+1

> 1.2 Showstoppers with no patches yet:
> 
>   * redirect of index file causes SEGV [Marc]
> 	Status: have a way to stop the core dump, but that doesn't make
> 	it work properly.
> 	See also: <Pine.BSF.3.91.970210204402.12197B-100000@localhost.imdb.com>
> 
>   * SEGV under FreeBSD, Next with lingering_close [and proxy?]
> 	<3331034D.167EB0E7@topsail.org>
>         Chuck says: Roy's latest timeout patches have stopped the lingering
>         close notifications, but the core dumps continue. The dumped image
>         is so trashed that it can't be backtraced. I believe the reason we
>         haven't seen more reports is that FreeBSD and perhaps Linux are
>         disabling core dumps by default as a security measure.

NeXT now no longer uses l_c() so that's a ugly "fix". I hope to get
a FreeBSD machine up and running this week to run Apache on... Is the
problem 2.1.6, 2.1.7 or 2.2.1 (or all?)
> 
>   * Document problems with mismatch on FD_SETSIZE=1024?

+1

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