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From Perry Harrington <>
Subject Apache core dump
Date Tue, 25 Jun 2002 01:32:56 GMT
I cannot for the life of me get Apache to dump a core file.

I have the Coredirectory set to a writable directory, and I even modified
the signal handler to simply call abort after chdir.

I even tried setting the CORE rlimit size to RLIM_INFINITY.

Does anyone have a clue why this is barfing?

When I truss the process, it catches the signal and goes about cleaning up,
the abort doesn't trigger a core file.

This is driving me batty!

I have the accept mutex using fcntl locking and I linked it without pthread
support, so threading shouldn't be the cause.

I event commented out the SIGABRT handlers so it would default to the system

Solaris 2.6 system, latest cluster bunch.


Perry Harrington                 Director of                    zelur xuniL  ()
perry at webcom dot com      System Architecture                Think Blue.  /\

Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety
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