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From Antonin Karasek <li...@ceskyserver.cz>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.48 and PHP 4.3.4 hangs intermittently
Date Wed, 24 Mar 2004 08:32:50 GMT
Try to send your binaries and the core file to php and Apache bug-report.

The core file without binaries is useless...

It's hard to guess, if it is caused by php or Apache (but I think, that 
php is much more probable).

If you don't have the core file, try to at least explain your problem.

Doug Poulin wrote:

>Sorry, but I can't easily tell you which exact version of apache it was.  It
>was a pre 2.0 version though.  In answer to the MPM question here is the
>compiled module list.  It would appear that prefork is the MPM we're using.
>
>  core.c
>  mod_access.c
>  mod_auth.c
>  mod_include.c
>  mod_log_config.c
>  mod_env.c
>  mod_setenvif.c
>  mod_ssl.c
>  prefork.c
>  http_core.c
>  mod_mime.c
>  mod_status.c
>  mod_autoindex.c
>  mod_asis.c
>  mod_cgi.c
>  mod_negotiation.c
>  mod_dir.c
>  mod_imap.c
>  mod_actions.c
>  mod_userdir.c
>  mod_alias.c
>  mod_so.c
>
>What's the next step??
>
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Rasmus Lerdorf" <rasmus@apache.org>
>To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 8:27 AM
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.0.48 and PHP 4.3.4 hangs intermittently
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>>You didn't say which Apache version you upgraded from.
>>
>>-Rasmus
>>
>>On Mon, 22 Mar 2004, Doug Poulin wrote:
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>>>We recently upgraded Apache to 2.0.48 so that we could start using php
>>>      
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>with
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>>>it.  Before that it worked flawlessly.  Now from time to time (every
>>>      
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>couple
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>>>of days), Apache stops working.  All of the processes are there, but it
>>>stops serving web pages.  There are no error messages in the logs.
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>We're
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>>>running RedHat Linux 2.2.13
>>>
>>>Has anyone else experienced this problem, has any ideas what to do next
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>or
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>>>knows how to fix it?
>>>
>>>Doug
>>>
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