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From Oden Eriksson <oeriks...@mandrakesoft.com>
Subject Re: A-T: httpd.conf.in
Date Sat, 22 Jan 2005 17:49:00 GMT
lördag 22 januari 2005 02.15 skrev Stas Bekman:
> Oden Eriksson wrote:
>
> Sorry for dropping out of site, hardware problems here, my notebook is
> dead again :( too much modperl smoking is not good for a notebook's
> health. I wish somebody was sending me a new one :)
>
> >>>The server fails to start, but that's something else. I noticed though
> >>>that if the /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf exists A-T is trying to inherit
> >>>that config (inherit_config) but this fails as this file is for
> >>>apache-1.x. Shouldn't something from "httpd2 -V" be used instead?
> >>
> >>Take a look at: lib/Apache/TestConfigParse.pm:sub inherit_config {
> >>it should find the correct global config file, please check that code to
> >>see if something goes wrong.
> >
> > I looked at it but it's hard to understand. I couldn't find where it
> > actually looks for the httpd.conf file.
>
> it's right here:
>
> 1)    my $file = $self->{vars}->{httpd_conf};
>
> 2)    unless ($file and -e $file) {
>          if (my $base = $self->{httpd_basedir}) {
>              my $default_conf =
> $self->{httpd_defines}->{SERVER_CONFIG_FILE}; $default_conf ||= catfile
> qw(conf httpd.conf);
>              $file = catfile $base, $default_conf;
>              # SERVER_CONFIG_FILE might be an absolute path
>              $file = $default_conf if !-e $file and -e $default_conf;
>          }
>      }
>
> (1) is set if you've passed an explicit -httpd_conf option to t/TEST (or
> perl Makefile.PL). otherwise (2) is invoked, so you can see that it gets
> the base dir of the server and looks for conf/httpd.conf under it. So in
> your case it's probably that httpd_basedir gets a wrong value. The latter
> gets set in TestConfig.pm:
>
>      if ($vars->{httpd}) {
>          my @chunks = splitdir $vars->{httpd};
>          #handle both $prefix/bin/httpd and $prefix/Apache.exe
>          for (1,2) {
>              pop @chunks;
>              last unless @chunks;
>              $self->{httpd_basedir} = catfile @chunks;
>              last if -d "$self->{httpd_basedir}/bin";
>          }
>      }
>
> so it tries to find the root of the Apache install.
>
> As this of any help?

Yes! This worked very good!

Very cool!

> >>>Also the mod_perl module as all other code is built as non root, so
> >>>certain files and directories can't be access. The snipppet above solves
> >>>some of that.
> >>
> >>A-T handles that internally. See
> >>
> >>   lib/Apache/TestRun.pm:sub adjust_t_perms {
> >>
> >>if you intervene with normal process, then you are on your own.
> >>
> >>I still can't understand what's wrong with the autogenerated httpd.conf,
> >>that you need to write your own. Please explain.
> >
> > Ok. As it cannot find the correct httpd.conf file I have to do it like
> > this. But I suspect even if it would, it wouldn't work anyway as we use
> > two main config files and includes specific module config files using the
> > scandir feature (Include conf.d/*.conf).
>
> And A-T should be able to do that just fine.
>
> > SUSE does it like that too, as well as
> > RedHat, PLD, ALTLinux, and perhaps many more. As a non root user I do not
> > have permissions to write a PidFile or LockFile unless it's in a
> > directory I have permissions to.
>
> I don't understand that. Both PidFile or LockFile are rewritten by A-T to
> point to t/logs/ check TestConfig.pm's __DATA__ section. There should be
> no perms problems.

Works ok now.

> > I would be happy if I could disable this inherit_config thing so it does
> > not search for any configuration files at all.
>
> it's easy: just pass your specific -httpd_conf option and point it to the
> file that you create by yourself.

That did the trick, thanks Stas!

Now I have these failed tests with mod_perl-2.0.0-RC4:

Failed Test                      Stat Wstat Total Fail  Failed  List of Failed
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
t/apache/content_length_header.t  255 65280    27   54 200.00%  1-27
t/api/aplog.t                                  36   13  36.11%  24-36
t/apr-ext/finfo.t                  29  7424    ??   ??       %  ??
t/apr-ext/util.t                   29  7424    ??   ??       %  ??
t/apr/finfo.t                     255 65280    ??   ??       %  ??
t/apr/util.t                      255 65280    ??   ??       %  ??
3 tests skipped.
Failed 6/222 test scripts, 97.30% okay. 40/2257 subtests failed, 98.23% okay.


It seems some of them are because of some other matching bug in A-T.

Attached is the error_log file.

-- 
Regards // Oden Eriksson

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