Re: [mp1] RH9 / apache 1.3.29 / mod_perl 1.29 / perl 5.8.0 segfault
- Ged Haywood wrote:
> Hi there,That doesn't sound right. If you don't have perl handlers configured
> On Tue, 27 Jan 2004, Matthew Avitable wrote:
>>This one has me stumped. After installing with clean tarballs of
>>apache_1.3.29 and mod_perl-1.29 on a RedHat 9 box, I'm getting a
>>segfault upon making a request.
>> I'm not executing any perl handler at all - in fact, none are
>> configured in my httpd.conf. I'm just requesting a file.
perl_header_parser won't kick in. Check your httpd.conf carefully.
>>I searched the archives, and this one looked relatively close in comparison:I've found another thread:
> Yup, I remember that... :)
>>When I use this httpd, i get the segfault (details below). However,
>>if change my Makefile.PL args to build httpd (add DO_HTTPD=1,
>>APACHE_PREFIX=/data/httpd, AND remove PREP_HTTPD=1), and run make
>>install from the mod_perl distribution directory, the resulting
>>httpd works properly. Could this be an apache 'make' issue?
> I can confirm the behaviour, I reproduced it on a machine of mine too.
> But I can't remember how this one was left. I thought Joachim was
> happy in the end but I had an idea that Stas came up with a patch for
> the makefile or something. Stas? Joachim?
It looks like Aaron Johson had a similar problem which has something to do
with threaded-perl build or a bad precompiled perl... the original poster
hasn't followed up whether he has solved it.
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