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From Gergely Madarasz <go...@caesar.elte.hu>
Subject Re: general/1802: apache looses children
Date Mon, 02 Mar 1998 01:35:03 GMT
On 2 Mar 1998 dgaudet@hyperreal.org wrote:

> Synopsis: apache looses children
> Comment-Added-By: dgaudet
> Comment-Added-When: Sun Mar  1 17:20:32 PST 1998
> Comment-Added:
> How many log files does your server have?  I've got a similar report
> from another glibc user and I'm trying to narrow the differences.
> See http://bugs.apache.org/index/full/1893 for details on the other
> user's system.  If you could tell me about any similarities you
> see with your system that'd be great.

$ grep Log httpd.conf | grep -v ^\# | wc -l

The kernel is stock 2.0.33, libc is now 2.0.7pre1-1 (from the debian
package) but it happened with 2.0.5c and 2.0.6 too.

Btw it really seems to be a SIGCHLD handling problem. In my bugreport I
mentioned a problem with PHP too. It is gone now, since I've added a 
signal(SIGCHLD,SIG_DFL); to the beginning of the php parser so it resets
the SIGCHLD signal handler before every php script. Now there is only a
problem with the master server. 

I couldnt find any other significant similarities... just the kernel/glibc
versions and PHP... 


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