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From Jim McNealy <sas...@wnt.sas.com>
Subject os-windows/1577: Apache runs up handles as NT service
Date Fri, 19 Dec 1997 21:34:49 GMT

>Number:         1577
>Category:       os-windows
>Synopsis:       Apache runs up handles as NT service
>Confidential:   no
>Severity:       serious
>Priority:       medium
>Responsible:    apache
>State:          open
>Class:          sw-bug
>Submitter-Id:   apache
>Arrival-Date:   Fri Dec 19 13:40:00 PST 1997
>Originator:     sasjcm@wnt.sas.com
>Release:        1.3b3
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation (Build 1381 Service Pack 3)
Visual C++ 5.0
Dell GXpro 200 mhz, 64m ram
Running Perl simple perl script caused Apache to run up the handles, as seen in the Task Manager.
Stopping and starting the service did not clear the handles, but soft booting the workstation
does clear the problem. I can still run executables from my cgi directory. It's just the Perl
scripts that give an internal server error.
This is the Perl script.
#!d:/Perl 5.001/Perl.exe
print "Content-type: text/html", "\n\n";

print "<HTML>",  "\n";
print "<HEAD><TITLE>About Server ", $ENV{'SERVER_NAME'}, ":", $ENV{'SERVER_PORT'},
 "</TITLE></HEAD>", "\n";
print "<BODY><H1>About Server ", $ENV{'SERVER_NAME'}, ":", $ENV{'SERVER_PORT'},
  "</H1>", "\n";
print "<HR><PRE>";
print "Server Name:         	", $ENV{'SERVER_NAME'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Running on Port:  	", $ENV{'SERVER_PORT'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Server Software:    	", $ENV{'SERVER_SOFTWARE'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Server Protocol:     	", $ENV{'SERVER_PROTOCOL'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Server CGI Revision:	", $ENV{'GATEWAY_INTERFACE'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Remote User Id:	      ", $ENV{'REMOTE_USER'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Remote Host:	      ", $ENV{'REMOTE_HOST'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Remote Address:	      ", $ENV{'REMOTE_ADDR'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Authentication Type:   ", $ENV{'AUTH_TYPE'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "Refering Site:         ", $ENV{'HTTP_REFERER'}, "<BR>", "\n";
print "<HR></PRE>", "\n";
print "</BODY></HTML>", "\n";

No, I don't. Sorry
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