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From Ed LaFrance <...@newmediaems.com>
Subject Re: exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
Date Tue, 21 May 2002 13:37:51 GMT
At 08:15 AM 5/21/2002 -0400, you wrote:

>Ed--
>
>I am no expert, but in general, segmentation faults are ususally caused by
>a confused linker. You may want to look at the modules you have compiled.
>
>--Dan

Interesting - in my case the Apache binaries I am using were precompiled, I 
believe.

- Ed L.






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>                     Ed 
> LaFrance 
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>                     <edl%newmediaems.com@interne       To: 
> users%httpd.apache.org@internet.mhg.edu
>                     t.mhg.edu>                         cc: 
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>                                                        Subject:     Re: 
> exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
>                     05/20/02 11:37 
> PM 
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>                     Please respond 
> to 
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>                     users%httpd.apache.org 
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>At 11:17 AM 5/18/2002 -0700, you wrote:
> >Hi -
> >
> >Running Apache 1.3.19 with Ben-SSL 1.42 on RH Linux 7.1
> >Server is 1.2GHz single AMD Athalon with 1GB of RAM
> >
> >I am getting messages like this in the apache error_log, an average of
> >about 10 per hour:
> >
> >[Sat May 18 10:59:29 2002] [notice] child pid 22415 exit signal
> >Segmentation fault (11)
> >
> >I have tried a few things to try to stem the tide of these errors,
> >including doubling the physical RAM (was 512MB), Reducing MaxClients to
> >100 and reducing MaxKeepAliveRequests to 100. So far all that has done is
> >free up RAM; the errors persist. I can't detect any negative performance
> >impact in relation to these errors; the server performance is very good. I
>
> >also cannot correlate the errors to anything in the access_log or system
> >messages log, they just seem to happen when they happen.
> >
> >So I guess I am not sure if I should be worried about this or not. The
> >server is setup for virtual hosting with around 20 domains, < 10GB of
> >traffic on average per month, and runs 10 Red Hat Interchange daemons
> >which together occupy about 200MB of system RAM.  Any insights, anyone?
> >
> >TIA
> >
> >- Ed L.
>
>Whaddya know - I guess I am the only one who is seeing this. Figures ;-/
>
>- Ed L.
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