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From Phil Pinkerton <pcpinker...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Apache 2.2.11 Segmentation Fault Solaris 10 Sparc
Date Thu, 19 Mar 2009 15:07:43 GMT
Seems it may be  a libc issue after changing libc I know get tons of
this output ( snipped )

...apachectl -k start -SSL
<Directory (core.c)
        Container for directives affecting resources located in the
specified directories
        Allowed in *.conf only outside <Directory>, <Files> or <Location>
<Location (core.c)
        Container for directives affecting resources accessed through
the specified URL paths
        Allowed in *.conf only outside <Directory>, <Files> or <Location>
<VirtualHost (core.c)
        Container to map directives to a particular virtual host,
takes one or more host addresses
        Allowed in *.conf only outside <Directory>, <Files> or <Location>
<Files (core.c)
        Container for directives affecting files matching specified patterns
        Allowed in *.conf anywhere and in .htaccess
        when AllowOverride isn't None
<Limit (core.c)
        Container for authentication directives when accessed using
specified HTTP methods
        Allowed in *.conf anywhere and in .htaccess
        when AllowOverride isn't None
<LimitExcept (core.c)
        Container for authentication directives to be applied when any
HTTP method other than those specified is used to access the resource
        Allowed in *.conf anywhere and in .htaccess
        when AllowOverride isn't None
<IfModule (core.c)
        Container for directives based on existance of specified modules
        Allowed in *.conf anywhere and in .htaccess
        when AllowOverride isn't None
<IfDefine (core.c)
        Container for directives based on existance of command line defines
        Allowed in *.conf anywhere and in .htaccess
        when AllowOverride isn't None
<DirectoryMatch (core.c)
        Container for directives affecting resources located in the
specified directories
        Allowed in *.conf only outside <Directory>, <Files> or <Location>
<LocationMatch (core.c)
        Container for directives affecting resources accessed through
the specified URL paths
        Allowed in *.conf only outside <Directory>, <Files> or <Location>

I have never seen this before so I am guessing it is an issue with httpd.conf ?



On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 8:21 AM, Eric Covener <covener@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 14, 2009 at 8:07 AM, Phil Pinkerton <pcpinkerton@gmail.com> wrote:
>> System: SunOS 5.10 sun4u sparc Sun-Fire-V210
>> Apache Source:httpd-2.2.11 - (httpd -v Apache/2.2.11 (Unix))
>> gcc = gcc 3.4
>> openssl 0.9.8i
>> openldap 2.4.11
>> Python-2.6
>> Subversion 1.5.6
>>
>> After a non-eventful configure & make, make install ( as far as I can tell )
>>
>> Start httpd:  httpd -k start -SSL  or apachectl -k start -SSL
>>
>> Result = Segmentation Fault
>
> get a core, post the pstack output from it, and ry removing features
> to isolate the failure (e.g. mod_ssl).
>
> Make sure you're really linked with your own copies of openssl and openldap.
>
>
> --
> Eric Covener
> covener@gmail.com
>
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