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From Oskar Eyb <oskar-apa...@eyb.de>
Subject [users@httpd] Firefox can't connect to the SSL-Host (IE does) - exit signal Bus error (10)
Date Fri, 03 Jun 2005 15:59:44 GMT

Hello!

I have since a few weeks a problem with the ssl-host and the
firefox-browser.



Firefox 1.0.4 (german) - ssl_engine_log
----------------------
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:57 29311] [info]  Connection to child 1 established
(server example.net:443, client 84.57.132.209)
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:57 29311] [info]  Seeding PRNG with 1160 bytes of entropy

The browser pop-up a message that says, that the connection was aborted
  and maybe a part of the data transfered.



httpd-error.log
---------------
 [notice] child pid 1234 exit signal Bus error (10)



Accessing with
MS Internet Explorer works: - ssl_engine_log
--------------------------
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:36 29308] [info]  Connection to child 0 established
(server example.net:443, client 84.57.132.209)
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:36 29308] [info]  Seeding PRNG with 1160 bytes of entropy
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:36 29308] [info]  Connection: Client IP:
84.57.132.209, Protocol: SSLv3, Cipher: RC4-MD5 (128/128 bits)
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:36 29308] [info]  Initial (No.1) HTTPS request
received for child 0 (server example.net:443)
[01/Jun/2005 14:29:37 29308] [info]  Connection to child 0 closed with
unclean shutdown (server example.net:443, client 84.57.132.209)




I'm using FreeBSD 5.3 with apache+mod_ssl-1.3.33+2.8.22 (ports)
SWAP is used with about 40 MB. PHP + MySQL on the non non-ssl hosts
works without any problems.

Whats wrong?


Oskar






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