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From "Chuck Carson" <modp...@rhugga.org>
Subject Re: Child keeps seg faulting
Date Fri, 27 Apr 2001 21:48:10 GMT
I have no problems on Linux, my exact same build procedure gives me this
error on Solaris 2.7.

What is the recommended combo for Solaris 2.7? I am currently using this:
apache 1.3.19
mod_perl 1.25
php 4.04pl1
perl 5.6

When I build the server w/o mod_perl, it works fine, although I did not
throw any extensive php code at it. I need mod_perl either as a DSO or built
statically. I am also going to use the weblogic DSO as well, so I must have
shared mem enabled.

Thanks for any suggestions,
Chuck

----- Original Message -----
From: <karnurme@suvi.kas.utu.fi>
To: <modperl@apache.org>
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2001 12:59 AM
Subject: Re: Child keeps seg faulting


>
>
> Hi!
>
> I have had similar problems with Linux. I have tried with different
> combinations:
> * perl versions 5.005_3, 5.6.0, 5.6.1, ActivePerl 5.6.0
> * apache versions from 1.3.9 - 1.3.19
> * with and without dso
> * never with php
>
> The combination that seems to work now for us is apache_1.3.14,
> mod_perl-1.24_01, mod_ssl-2.7.1-1.3.14, openssl-0.9.6, ApacheJServ-1.1.2
> and 5.005_03 built for i386-linux. All are compiled statically in RedHat
> 6.2 with updates.
>
> Now I have two candidates for the possible cause:
> * the order in which the modules are loaded
> * autoindex (I use Apache::AutoIndex 0.08)
>
> To test with the module order, I put ClearModuleList in the top of the
> httpd.conf and then add with 'AddModule' all the modules (by running
> 'httpd -l'). Make sure that the mod_perl is the last module to be
> loaded. Now (all?) the earlier segfaults are gone. Maybe the installation
> loads the modules in a different order? Maybe ClearModuleList clears
> things? ;-)
>
> To test the autoindex, I have used Apache::AutoIndex. When using it
> (without the earlier ClearModuleList thing!) I got child segfaults, but
> commenting the module helped to get dirlist working. I don't think there
> is something wrong with the Apache::AutoIndex. I just think that it may
> have something to do with the earlier module loading order. Maybe
> Apache::AutoIndex cannot get initialized because the wrong order?
>
> Anyway, there seem to be quite a lot discussion about this and one of the
> most interesting url was:
>
http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=en&lr=lang_en&safe=off&ic=1&th=2f313f40da
3371e1&seekm=3A8D2990.ECF363B9%40zrz.TU-Berlin.de
> (from groups.google.com with 'segmentation AddModule mod_perl' you can
> find others)
>
> Best luck!
>
> --
>
> Kari Nurmela,
> kari.nurmela@utu.fi, (02) 333 8847 / (0400) 786 547
>


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