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From Rob Hartill <r...@imdb.com>
Subject Re: [STATUS] Sun Apr 13 19:08:09 PDT 1997
Date Tue, 15 Apr 1997 01:52:50 GMT
On Mon, 14 Apr 1997, Randy Terbush wrote:

> > Randy, are you still seeing these? I've gotten no core dumps in about a
> > week of heavy testing since all of Roy's patches went in, and I fixed
> > some other things in the proxy.
> 
> No I am not seeing them. However, I _am_ seeing the following:
> pid 9556 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 9597 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 8616 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 9816 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 9644 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 9645 (httpd), uid 50002: exited on signal 6
> pid 21720 (httpd), uid 50000: exited on signal 4
> pid 16767 (httpd), uid 501: exited on signal 6
> pid 7406 (httpd), uid 501: exited on signal 6
> pid 22712 (httpd), uid 501: exited on signal 6
> pid 8163 (httpd), uid 50054: exited on signal 6
> pid 8165 (httpd), uid 50054: exited on signal 6
> pid 8164 (httpd), uid 50054: exited on signal 6
> 
> Bus errors. Lots of em. I also spent some time this past weekend 
> trying to get a coredump out of FreeBSD. I have verified that 
> RLIMIT_CORE is of sufficient size. Despite the fact that Ken's 
> patch now helps find where we might be putting the core, and the 
> directory is world writeable, no core...
> 
> I'll be looking at this more through the week.

I have "lots" of these too under FreeBSD 2.2
No sign of any core files here either. I thought mine might
be due to non-standard stuff I run.

Instead (or in addition to) saying *where* the core was meant to
get dumped, I'd have more success in tracking this down if the
offending URL was logged.. unless it turns out to be URL independent
and triggered by something else (e.g. User-Agent).

Of course I could hack my own httpd to log the info I need, and
maybe I will  :-). My SIGSEGV/hit ratio is ~ 1/5000 so it's not a
major problem so far.


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