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From WC -Sx- Jones <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Problems with SSL All of a Sudden
Date Fri, 23 May 2003 22:58:39 GMT

On Friday, May 23, 2003, at 05:41  PM, Daniel R. Blair wrote:

> On Fri, 23 May 2003, WC -Sx- Jones wrote:
>> Is there a CORE file laying around?
> mean?  Anything special in this case other than the standard reason 
> for a
> .core file?


What would your standard reason be?  I ask because ALL core files 
should be considered with HIGH suspicion and saved as you would any 
backup.  Especially in a business environment.

If my system at home core dumps, and everything appears to be working, 
I delete it and shake my head while saying to myself "who knows..."  If 
it happened at work I'll stick it on a tape I save just for that 
purpose.  If something else strange happens then there is a history 
which the primary vendor can use to analyze to make sure that 
particular core file wasn't important and/or related to whatever 
issue(s) we happen to be working on.

Is the Apache/Tomcat server working now?

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