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From Matt Harris <...@mdh.si.edu>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Log files show alien invasion
Date Fri, 18 Oct 2002 16:23:53 GMT
If this is windows, gdb may not be an option... as far as logging,
there's an option in httpd.conf to set the logging level - setting this
to debug will provide more information in the httpd log file and other
"errorlog" type log files.  You can also use CustomLog to get more
information in the access logs, but that may not necesarily be of use
here.  

Koen Vingerhoets wrote:
> 
> Hi,
> 
> why are you talking Chinese to me??? lol
> Sorry, I'm used to run Apache on Windows, this thing goes WAY over my
> head... how do I turn that debugging thingie on??? Where will the logs be
> stored?? How big will they get???
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Met vriendelijke groet,
> 
> Koen Vingerhoets
> 
> ***** UBench nv *****
> http://www.ubench.com
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Harris [mailto:mdh@mdh.si.edu]
> Sent: 18 October 2002 15:04
> To: users@httpd.apache.org
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Log files show alien invasion
> 
> Never seen this exactly before, but it is definitly mighty unhappy.
> Unless someone else can tell you right off the bat what's wrong and how
> to fix it, I'd suggest running apache with debug logging turned on for
> your httpd error log, and failing that, use gdb or the like to debug it
> (you can recompile with -ggdb in your CFLAGS for apache to get more
> friendly and useful gdb output).  Even if you can't decode the gdb
> output yourself, someone on this list [possibly me] probably can.  :-)
> 
> Koen Vingerhoets wrote:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > a few snips from my log files
> > -ERROR_LOG
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:02:54 2002] [notice] Apache/1.3.20 configured -- resuming
> > normal operations
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:02:54 2002] [notice] suEXEC mechanism enabled (wrapper:
> > /usr/sbin/suexec)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:03:09 2002] [notice] child pid 30490 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:03:09 2002] [notice] child pid 30377 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:03:13 2002] [notice] child pid 30272 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:03:21 2002] [notice] child pid 30506 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:09:49 2002] [notice] child pid 30502 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:10:12 2002] [notice] child pid 30245 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:29:53 2002] [notice] child pid 445 exit signal Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:30:31 2002] [notice] child pid 30378 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:30:32 2002] [notice] child pid 30442 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:31:06 2002] [notice] child pid 30244 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:33:13 2002] [notice] child pid 30241 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:33:33 2002] [notice] child pid 30496 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:33:33 2002] [notice] child pid 30409 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> > [Fri Oct 18 04:33:51 2002] [notice] child pid 30258 exit signal
> Segmentation
> > fault (11)
> >
> > -ACCESS_LOG
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:22 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:23 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:30 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 202.166.126.234 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:31 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:31 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:38 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:39 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:46 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:47 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:54 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:55 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:56 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:05:58 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:06:02 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 195.195.132.253 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:06:03 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> > 202.166.126.225 - - [18/Oct/2002:04:06:08 -0600] "-" 408 - "-" "-"
> >
> > What on earth is going on??? Is it The Matrix???
> > I start the server and it launches itself full segmentation errors???
> > wutever that may be :s
> > Any way to stop that?? Does it has to do with memory config of MySQL???
> >
> > And those 408 errors... I wonder if they're related to seg(11) errors...
> I'm
> > clueless.
> > Any light on this matter will help, even the tiniest match :(
> >
> > Thanks,
> >
> > Koen
> >
> > Met vriendelijke groet,
> >
> > Koen Vingerhoets
> >
> > ***** UBench nv *****
> > http://www.ubench.com
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