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From Jeff Trawick <trawi...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: apache 2.0 on apache.org status
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2001 20:27:24 GMT
Cliff Woolley <cliffwoolley@yahoo.com> writes:

> Most likely.  Deferred errors are a PITA.  When you get a second, can you post a
> structures dump for this core file like you did for the one in Problem Two?  I'll try
and
> track it down, but without more information about the request itself, I probably wouldn't
> get very far.

no useful info about the request :(

(gdb) p *(request_rec *)0x81d503c
$4 = {pool = 0x81d500c, connection = 0x81300ec, server = 0x8104b64,
  next = 0x0, prev = 0x0, main = 0x0, the_request = 0x0, assbackwards = 0,
  proxyreq = 0, header_only = 0, protocol = 0x0, proto_num = 0,
  hostname = 0x0, request_time = 0, status_line = 0x0, status = 408,
  method = 0x0, method_number = 0, allowed = 0, allowed_xmethods = 0x0,
  allowed_methods = 0x81d51bc, sent_bodyct = 0, bytes_sent = 0, mtime = 0,
  chunked = 0, boundary = 0x0, range = 0x0, clength = 0, remaining = 0,
  read_length = 0, read_body = 0, read_chunked = 0, expecting_100 = 0,
  headers_in = 0x81d51e4, headers_out = 0x81d5534,
  err_headers_out = 0x81d55ac, subprocess_env = 0x81d538c, notes = 0x81d55ec,
  content_type = 0x0, handler = 0x0, content_encoding = 0x0,
  content_language = 0x0, content_languages = 0x0, vlist_validator = 0x0,
  user = 0x0, ap_auth_type = 0x0, no_cache = 0, no_local_copy = 0,
  unparsed_uri = 0x0, uri = 0x0, filename = 0x0, path_info = 0x0, args = 0x0,
  finfo = {cntxt = 0x0, valid = 0, protection = 0, filetype = APR_NOFILE,
    user = 0, group = 0, inode = 0, device = 0, nlink = 0, size = 0,
    csize = 0, atime = 0, mtime = 0, ctime = 0, fname = 0x0, name = 0x0,
    filehand = 0x0}, parsed_uri = {scheme = 0x0, hostinfo = 0x0, user = 0x0,
    password = 0x0, hostname = 0x0, port_str = 0x0, path = 0x0, query = 0x0,
    fragment = 0x0, hostent = 0x0, port = 0, is_initialized = 0,
    dns_looked_up = 0, dns_resolved = 0}, per_dir_config = 0x81548a4,
  request_config = 0x81d562c, htaccess = 0x0, output_filters = 0x81d57e4,
  input_filters = 0x813033c, eos_sent = 0}  

nothing in the header tables

(gdb) p *r->connection
$7 = {pool = 0x813000c, base_server = 0x8104b64,
  vhost_lookup_data = 0x8154aa4, client_socket = 0x813003c,
  local_addr = 0x813005c, remote_addr = 0x813009c,
  remote_ip = 0x8130313 "213.240.37.225", remote_host = 0x0,
  remote_logname = 0x0, aborted = 0, keepalive = 0, keptalive = 1,
  double_reverse = 0, keepalives = 3, local_ip = 0x80b1873 "64.208.42.41",
  local_host = 0x0, id = 52, conn_config = 0x813013c, notes = 0x81302cc,
  input_filters = 0x813033c, output_filters = 0x813036c, remain = 0}
(gdb)  

Maybe this isn't the first request on this connection, cause there is
some evidence that this process talked to that client machine before:

[Wed Jan 31 21:39:39 2001] [error] [client 213.\240.37.225] (20514)End
of file found: mod_mime_magic: read failed
/www/www.apache.org/mail/current-testers/200012.gz, referer:
http://www\.apache.org:80/mail/* (followed in memory by garbage)

huh?  That is 17 minutes after the last entry in error_log...

I don't know what else to look for...

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