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  • Hulya Gurer
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 31, 2003
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      >Hello,
      >
      >I have been getting the error messages below and not sure if "$r wasn't
      >passed" is related with mod_perl/apache or it's something about server
      >configurations. The web
      >server I am getting this error message from is SunFire280R. Any ideas?
      >
      >[Fri Oct 31 01:02:17 2003] -e: $r wasn't passed.
      >[Fri Oct 31 01:02:24 2003] [error] 27969: ModPerl::Registry: $r wasn't
      >passed
      >[Fri Oct 31 01:02:24 2003] -e: $r wasn't passed.
      >
      >Thanks much,
      >Hulya
    • Stas Bekman
      [You want to post to modperl-help only if you need help with the list management, not to ask questions regarding mod_perl] ... That s is an error from mod_perl
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 1, 2003
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        [You want to post to modperl-help only if you need help with the list
        management, not to ask questions regarding mod_perl]

        Hulya Gurer wrote:
        >
        >> Hello,
        >>
        >> I have been getting the error messages below and not sure if "$r wasn't
        >> passed" is related with mod_perl/apache or it's something about server
        >> configurations. The web
        >> server I am getting this error message from is SunFire280R. Any ideas?
        >>
        >> [Fri Oct 31 01:02:17 2003] -e: $r wasn't passed.
        >> [Fri Oct 31 01:02:24 2003] [error] 27969: ModPerl::Registry: $r wasn't
        >> passed
        >> [Fri Oct 31 01:02:24 2003] -e: $r wasn't passed.

        That's is an error from mod_perl 2.0 IO. It happens when you try to re-open
        STDOUT without passing $r.

        Make sure that you are using mod_perl 1.99_10, which handles some obscure
        cases better than earlier versions.

        In the future when submitting bug reports please always follow the guidelines
        at: http://perl.apache.org/bugs/

        Thanks.

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