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From Tim Garton <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2 seems to have problems with CIFS mounted filesystems
Date Wed, 15 Feb 2006 17:49:52 GMT
Ok, I took Joe's advice.  You can find the strace at:

The other info you asked for is:
Linux distro - Slackware 10.1
CPU arch - x86(Pentium III)
glibc version - 2.3.2


Joe Orton wrote:

>On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 01:43:12PM -0800, Tim Garton wrote:
>>Has anyone else run into anything like this?  Just upgraded to Apache 
>>2.2.0 on a linux box running 2.6.10 kernel.  This machine mounts some 
>>windows shares via CIFS (eg. mount -t cifs //windowsfs/share 
>>/local/mount/point)  For some of the virtual hosts the UserDir's lie on 
>>these mounted CIFS filesystems.  After upgrading to 2.2, whenever you 
>>try to visit one of these UserDir pages, if it's an .html page you get 
>>the html but no images work, if it's anything else you get a blank 
>>page.  Additionally, we see these in our error logs:
>>[Mon Feb 13 14:55:08 2006] [info] [client] (75)Value too 
>>large for defined data type: core_output_filter: writing data to the network
>Could you capture the strace output when this happens? e.g.
>strace -o /tmp/httpd.strace httpd -X
><send a request which triggers the error>
>then gzip and upload /tmp/httpd.strace somewhere; please don't post it 
>to this list.  It might be useful also to know the:
>- Linux distribution
>- CPU architecture
>- glibc version

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