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From Gavin Carr <ga...@openfusion.com.au>
Subject Re: embperl 1.3.6 and apache 1.3.31 problem
Date Thu, 27 Jun 2030 23:45:07 GMT
Hi Dirk,

On Sun, Jun 27, 2004 at 01:33:59PM +0200, Dirk Jagdmann wrote:
> I had a website running for a long time using the following Software: 
> perl 5.8.0, embperl 1.3.6, mod_perl 1.27 and apache 1.3.27.
> Last week I decided it is time for an upgrade and compiled all of those 
> fresh from the sources. Now I have the following: perl 5.8.4, embperl 
> 1.3.6, mod_perl 1.29 and apache 1.3.31. Apache modules like mod_perl and 
> embperl are compiled as DSOs. Both installations used exactly the same 
> configuration file.
> 
> Now my problem is that the new build does not run. Every time a webpage 
> with embperl should be processed the httpd process exists with a 
> segmentation fault.
> 
> Now I'd like to know how to solve this problem. In the short run I can 
> keep running the old installation (which I still have), but I'd like to 
> know what are my options.
> 
> Are others able to reproduce a SIGSEV with this combination of software? 
> Is there an incompatibility between latest version of mod_perl or apache 
> with empberl 1.3.6? 

I rebuilt an apache last week with this exact combo, except that I was using
perl 5.8.3, and it all worked fine (all kinds of pain then adding php to the 
mix, but that's another story). What args are you using on the mod_perl and
apache builds?

> Is the 1.3.6 version of embperl outdated by now and 
> I should convert my codes to the 2.0 version of embperl?

1.3.6 still seems fine to me - only gotcha I've had so far is file uploads
not working with the latest versions of CGI, which is fixed in 2.0, but 
hasn't been backported.

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