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Apache 1.3.33 Segmentation fault

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Vutoff, Jul 13, 2005.

  1. Vutoff

    Vutoff Registered

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    I use default instalation of apache 1.3.33 webserver from cpanel. Sometime apache crash unexpectly whit the following error:
    "[Wed Jul 13 10:41:49 2005] [notice] child pid 3570 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)", and the browser says "404 The page can not be found".
    No external modules loaded in configuration. Just default modules from cpanel.
    Is there some kind of bug in apache version? How can i fix this?
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    switch to the basic apache build.

    after this is done, ru it again to configure as u wish.

    in case u still have issues, get to me at any of the chat ID's on my signature.
     
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    Did you check in the error_log if it is caused by the same script every time? It can be caused by a bug in a php script (happened to me last month)
     
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    Imap

    The site, where server crashes use php imap module to get messages from mail account. Possible conflict between imap module and apache server. But I still cant figured out that problem. The error log says nothing to me. The error message continue but there is not useful information.
     
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