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From dan <i...@hostinthebox.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] compile question
Date Fri, 21 Jan 2005 18:26:24 GMT
jawed abbasi wrote:
> ok Thanks.
>  
> Basically one of my php  scripts is causing grief.
> Most of them run, ok, but when this one runs, httpd  error_log  shows 
> segfault , and nothing else nothing more.
> even though I know most of php works on this server, just this one 
> doesn't, I thought it will be a good idea to see what is compiled in apache.
> As most of my php scripts talk to Oracle database.
> Updating database with php scripts works fine, but pulling info out of 
> database is not working, that where apache segfaults.
> I am wondering if there is any way I can extract some info from Apache, 
> that why it segfaults on that perticular script.
> As i know that database connectivity is working fine, so php can talk to 
> Oracle while updating.
>  
> Will appreciate any ideas
>  
> Thanks
> 
> */dan <info@hostinthebox.net>/* wrote:
> 
>     jawed abbasi wrote:
>      > Hi
>      >
>      > I am new to apache, so just have a question.
>      > I have apache running on a server.
>      > I need to find out, that how the current Apache which is running
>     on the
>      > server, was compiled i-e what options were included during compile?
>      >
>      > Will really appreciate any info.
>      >
>      > Thanks in advance
>      >
>      >
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>     Take a peek at the config.status file in the existing source directory,
>     if you have it. If not, you can piece together what you have by running
>     'httpd -l' to view compiled-in modules. Taking a look at the existing
>     httpd.conf wouldn't be a bad idea, either.
> 
>     Thanks
>     -dant
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You can try setting the verbosity of your log files to a much greater 
value, reset Apache, try those scripts, and look for information.  You 
can also run 'httpd -F', which will cause the deamon to run in the 
forreground, possibly giving out some more information to you.

Thanks
-dant


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