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From Nick Kew <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] UnixWare 7.1.3/Apache 2.1.7 Caching-Proxy taking the whole box
Date Tue, 20 Sep 2005 19:39:41 GMT
On Tuesday 20 September 2005 19:07, Rocky Seelbach wrote:
> First timer here.  What can I do to isolate/document this further?  I've
> looked at the open bug reports and don't see anything that looks related.
> Nothing in the error log.

This would probably be better on the dev@httpd list.  It looks likely - though
by no means certain - there may be an Apache bug to diagnose.

> Apache 2.1.7 (also checked 2.1.6, same prob)
> UnixWare 7.1.3 MP2

Do you have the possibility to reproduce whatever is causing this on
any other platform?  I doubt unixware is a particularly popular platform
amongst Apache developers, though of course it should at least
work as generic *X.

Also which MPM are you using, and does compiling with a different
MPM affect it?

> Using Apache as a caching-proxy, nothing special about the config.

Nevertheless, details of your config would be useful, at least if this
becomes a bug report rather than your local problem.  Also your compile
options (particularly which MPM), and any details (eg from netstat) of
whether it's a client connection or a backend connection, or indeed
something internal, that's screwed up.

> I'm still poking at it, but would appreciate any ideas on how to help
> debug.

Jeff Trawick has written some introspection/debugging modules that
might tell you something.  See .

Nick Kew

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