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Re: apache crash with MP2 Win32 HTTPS

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  • Matthew Darwin
    This issue is also being tracked at http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=36751 Any input is more than welcome... Quote:
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 25, 2005
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      This issue is also being tracked at
      http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=36751

      Any input is more than welcome...

      Quote: <<< If a mod_perl "croak" means the whole process is
      terminated, then that much really is a mod_perl bug. Output filters
      may very well fail and return errors under abnormal circumstances such
      as aborted connections. >>>


      Matthew Darwin wrote:
      > Not sure if this helps. It looks like maybe an SSL problem, not related
      > to mod_perl?
      >
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:20 2005] [info] Initial (No.1) HTTPS request received
      > for child 246 (server myserver:443)
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:23 2005] [info] Connection to child 249 established
      > (server myserver:443, client 172.22.10.19)
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:24 2005] [info] Subsequent (No.2) HTTPS request
      > received for child 246 (server myserver:443)
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:24 2005] [info] (OS 10053)An established connection
      > was aborted by the software in your host machine. : core_output_filter:
      > writing data to the network
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:24 2005] [info] (620019)APR does not understand this
      > error code: SSL output filter write failed.
      >
      > Apache2::Filter: (620019) APR does not understand this error code at -e
      > line 0
      >
      > [Wed Sep 21 12:10:25 2005] [notice] Parent: child process exited with
      > status 9 -- Restarting.
      >
      >
      > Matthew Darwin wrote:
      >
      >> Hi all,
      >>
      >> Would anyone know where to start looking about how to track down the
      >> source of this following line in error.log:
      >>
      >> Apache2::Filter: (620018) APR does not understand this error code at
      >> -e line 0
      >>
      >> When this is printed, Apache stops handling requests and restarts. We
      >> can reproduce this by clicking on a few web pages in quick succession.
      >>
      >> Operating environment for Apache is:
      >>
      >> mod_perl 2.0.0
      >> apache 2.0.54
      >> mod_ssl
      >> Windows XP Professional
      >>
      >>
      >> The module that uses Apache2::Filter looks like this:
      >>
      >> package BlaBlaBla;
      >>
      >> use strict;
      >> use Apache2::Filter ();
      >> use Apache2::RequestRec ();
      >> use Apache2::Connection ();
      >> use APR::Table ();
      >>
      >> my $utf8_leftover;
      >> my $leftover;
      >>
      >> [...]
      >>
      >> sub handler {
      >> my ($f) = shift;
      >> $r = $f->r;
      >>
      >> unless ($f->ctx) {
      >> if ($r->content_type =~ m#^text/#) {
      >> $f->r->headers_out->unset('Content-Length');
      >> }
      >> set_globals ();
      >> $f->ctx(1);
      >> $leftover = '';
      >> $utf8_leftover = '';
      >> binmode (STDOUT, ":utf8");
      >> binmode (STDERR, ":utf8");
      >> }
      >>
      >> if ($r->content_type =~ m#^text/#) {
      >> while ($f->read(my $buffer, BUFF_LEN)) {
      >> utf8::encode ($leftover);
      >> $f->print (do_it ($leftover . $utf8_leftover .
      >> $buffer));
      >> }
      >> } else {
      >> while ($f->read(my $buffer, BUFF_LEN)) {
      >> $f->print ($buffer);
      >> }
      >> }
      >> return Apache2::Const::OK;
      >> }
      >>
      >> [...]
      >
      >

      --
      Matthew Darwin
      matthew@...
      http://www.mdarwin.ca
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