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From Roger <rno...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Apache child process segmentation fault
Date Fri, 29 Oct 2010 14:46:09 GMT
Hello all,

Lately I have been getting a lot of segmentation fault from apache's
child processes. Unfortunately I have been looking at the logs files
and I cannot see any clues as to what request caused the child process
to crash.
I have also been getting a lot of " Allowed memory size of 134217728
bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 25 bytes)". Which that message by
itself tells me nothing.....other than the result but not what caused
it.
Is there anything that I could try to improve that amount of
information that apache gives me when a child crashes? Besides
increasing the log level (I guess to debug) and enabling core dumping?

Any input would be appreciated.

-r

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