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From "Pete Nelson" <pete.nel...@ci.stpaul.mn.us>
Subject Re: Access Violation
Date Thu, 07 Mar 2002 18:42:58 GMT
I've seen this - not sure why.  I'm using Win2k and Apache 1.3.23.  The
good news is that it appears to be a child process, not the root server
itself, so the server keeps running.  But it does splash up that
annoying message (too bad there's no CoreDirectory for windows!).  

I've mostly noticed it when logging out, although it's far from every
time.  Maybe it has something to do with Windows switching user mode
(just a thought - nothing to back it up).

Good luck!  I'll be watching the list myself to see if anyone knows the
answer to this.

--
Pete Nelson, Web Developer
<pete.nelson@ci.stpaul.mn.us>
http://www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/

>>> JamesP@ascp.org 03/07/02 10:26AM >>>
I'm running Apache 1.3.23 on NT 4 SP6a. I'm running Apache as a
service.

Apache 1.3.23 has been crashing a few times a day, generating a Dr.
Watson
message that there was an "access violation". Fortunately, Apache is
relaunching itself immediately, so no one has noticed a service
outage.

This problem is new, and started after a particular series of events. I
was
running 1.3.22. When we upgraded to 1.3.23, one of my staff members,
instead
of upgrading the existing installation of Apache, installed 1.3.23
fresh
into a new directory, copied our site to this new directory, and served
the
site from there. This confused our FTP server, so I backed up the
important
files, uninstalled all the installations of Apache using the Windows
Apache
binary installer, reinstalled Apache 1.3.23 into it's default
directory, and
put all the files back. Server works fine, FTP is happy, but this is
when
the "access violation" messages started to appear. I'll get about a
dozen a
day.

Any ideas? I'd even accept a tip on how to approach debugging this
problem.

james pelton

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