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From Klavs Klavsen>
Subject [users@httpd] Major apache2-ssl bug
Date Fri, 04 Jul 2003 06:51:00 GMT
Hi guys,

I keep having this problem, that when ever I restart apache, and the
start fails (f.ex. because I'm testing a php-module that doesn't work),
apache won't start afterwards. It complains about File exists(17):
Cannot allocate shared memory.

I remove the ssl_scache file - so that's not it - I belive it's these 

ipcs -a | grep apache

------ Semaphore Arrays --------
key        semid      owner      perms      nsems
0x00000000 32768      apache    600        1
0x00000000 2490434    apache    600        1
0x00000000 2555971    apache    600        1
0x00000000 2621508    apache    600        1

I tried to remove them, but ipcrm sem 1 
said, cannot remove identifier id.

It's that annoying SSL that breaks EVERY time I try something and apache
won't start. when I fix it, and apache won't start due to this annoying
SSL problem.

This has NEVER been there with mod_ssl and apache1 - and I've done this
in many years.

How do you guys fix it?

Klavs Klavsen, GSEC - -
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