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From Ben Laurie <...@algroup.co.uk>
Subject Re: [STATUS] Fri Oct 24 21:45:20 EDT 1997
Date Sun, 26 Oct 1997 19:58:40 GMT
Martin Kraemer wrote:
> 
> On Sat, Oct 25, 1997 at 01:07:00PM -0400, Ken A L Coar wrote:
> >
> >     MD5 the .gz files, then sign the MD5 hash.
> 
> Not every system has the tools to verify the MD5 hash. I even think pgp
> is spread publicly more than md5.

We've been through this before. If you are going to sign anything, you
may as well sign the .gz. MD5ing is an extra step that gains nothing.

> 
> > >    * Martin's SEGV, and Alexei's GP Fault under windows (probably the same)
> >
> >     Related to PR#1257, maybe?
> 
> Nahh.. Nothing to do with CGI. The first SEGV I had seems to have been
> connected with Dean's off-by-one patch, it vanished since the patch was
> committed (and was unrelated: occurred when serving a / page). The other
> one I get is on a mainframe machine (EBCDIC + POSIX), occurs directly
> after handling the configuration files for the first time, and I'm
> looking forward to testing Dean's patch which works without clear_pool()
> and the second config reading.

So, how are you going to survive a server restart?

Cheers,

Ben.

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