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From "Erin O'Neill" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] segmentation fault
Date Tue, 22 Jun 2004 21:37:50 GMT
Vince - I had this very problem yesterday. I'm on a Sparc 8, trying to run: 
Apache 2.0.49, PHP/5.0.0-dev. I was also starting with the  "startssl" 
command (but had same result with the plain start)and also got the seg 
fault when I loaded the php module. I commented out the php LoadModule and 
everything started up fine. But I need PHP.

Last night I got a flat tire on the hiway while I was driving home so I had 
to come in late today. I think I was more awake when I looked at my error 
logs. I'm also running webauth and it seems that when I was trying to get 
Apache 2.0.49 compiled with openssl and various modules I started with a 
clean install of my Apache files and forgot to transfer over my webauth and 
ssl directories. Once I created those with the correct permissions, I 
uncommented the PHP loadmodule directive and WHAM! my apache came up 
without seg faulting.

Right now I'm trying to figure out why my SSL server is giving me that 
dreaded Cannot find server error -- but I'm working on another post for that.

This very long winded answer is -- check your error log. FIX ALL ERRORS and 
then try again.

Hope this helps.



At 11:17 PM 6/22/2004 +0200, vince wrote:
>when i try to launch apache i have the following output :
># /usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl start
>/usr/local/apache2/bin/apachectl: line 99:  3171 Segmentation fault
>some details that may help :
>apache version : 4.0.49
>php : 4.3.7
># uname -a
>Linux krumble 2.6.6-1.435 #1 Mon Jun 14 09:09:07 EDT 2004 i686 athlon i386 
>my system is fedora core 2 updated through apt from
>this box is a workstation, not a prod server, and other programs are 
>running. this problem occured some time (dunno exactly how much time, and 
>if it has smthing to do with) i installed eval version of vmware worstation.
>my question is : do i have to reinstall an os or is there a workaround to 
>make apache work again ?
>thx !
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