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From MK <halfcountp...@intergate.com>
Subject [users@httpd] 2.2.10 -> 2.2.11
Date Fri, 05 Jun 2009 17:02:18 GMT

I use apache at home doing light weight "web development" stuff and to 
serve little CGI utility apps I've written.  Recently I started working 
with ruby on rails and wanted to install passenger.

The apache development headers are required for this, but I could not 
locate an "httpd-devel" rpm for x86-64, so I downloaded the 2.2.11 
source, built that and removed the old stock apache.

However, all my CGI files are now unable to write a log or db 
*anywhere*.  I modified the http.conf to match my previous one ("Allow 
all"), but this did not make any difference.  SELinux is disabled on my 
system.

There is no informative output regarding this from apache at all, other 
than the symptomatic "print() on closed filehandle $Log" in error_log.  
Changing $Log to STDERR will put output in error_log, but this is not 
desirable and does not help with the db access problem.

Presuming a "worst case scenario" where I am unable to find a solution 
to this problem, I imagine I will somehow be able to build passenger 
with the 2.2.11 source and just insert the module into the old 2.2.10.  
I have not tried this yet, tho, and would appreciate any tips and 
caveats about that.

However, a "best case scenario" (ie my preference) would be to get the 
new source built apache 2.2.11 to work properly.  But I have exhausted 
all references to permissions, etc, that I could find in the manual or 
on the web -- AFAICT, "Allow all" should have been sufficient.

What could I have overlooked?

--MK

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