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From Randy Terbush <ra...@zyzzyva.com>
Subject Re: [STATUS] Wed Apr 16 12:51:17 PDT 1997
Date Thu, 17 Apr 1997 01:46:19 GMT

> Agenda for 1.2b9-dev
> ====================
> 
> Patches available:
> 
>   * Dean's [PATCH] yet another mod_negotiation sub_req copy thing (take 2)
>     <Pine.LNX.3.95dg3.970413231735.7851e-100000@twinlark.arctic.org>
> 	Status: Dean +1, Roy +1

+1

>   * Roy's [PATCH] CutRule causes bogus entries if Rule is commented-out
>     <9704150055.aa26634@paris.ics.uci.edu>
> 	Status: Roy +1, Dean +1

+1

>   * Roy's [PATCH] Redirect of DirectoryIndex SEGV
>     <9704160141.ab21335@paris.ics.uci.edu>
> 	Superceding Paul's patch.
> 	Status: Roy +1, Dean +1

+1

>   * Ralf's [PATCH] <Directory /foo/bar> & mod_rewrite
>     <199704161340.PAA12565@en1.engelschall.com>
> 	Status: Ralf +1, Dean +1

+1

> 1.2 Showstoppers with no patches yet:
> 
>   * SEGV under FreeBSD 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.
> 	New status: Chuck hasn't seen a core dump in a week of heavy
> 	testing.

Core dumps are non-existant in the past 24 hours.

We've seen some other reports today though that confirm my 
suspicions about Apache not freeing memory somewhere. The problem 
seems to only exist on FreeBSD that I know of.




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