exit signal Segmentation fault after Apache compile

mmkassem

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Hello

I get the following errors in the error_log:

[Sat Jul 12 12:24:35 2003] [notice] child pid 22202 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
[Sat Jul 12 12:25:00 2003] [notice] child pid 22204 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

Apache refuses to restart:
httpd: [ != HTTP/1..] httpd has failed, please contact the sysadmin.


I noticed that Apache is only running on another IP address not the main IP address.

Please Help

Thanks in advance :)

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mmkassem

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I disabled the mod_gzip here and Apache came back again.

comment mod_gzip lines from
/usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf

Also mod_bwprotect (no need for it, if you have Cpanel 7.x with tweak security settings enabled)


Users using IE Browser reported that it's faster now.

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robcyb

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This has broke my server to, anyone from Cpanel got any idea why this has happened?

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cPanelNick

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Originally posted by robcyb
This has broke my server to, anyone from Cpanel got any idea why this has happened?

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The new mod_gzip has been included in buildapache (updated just about right now). The old one did not work with php 4.3.2.

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tAzMaNiAc

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Originally posted by bdraco
The new mod_gzip has been included in buildapache (updated just about right now). The old one did not work with php 4.3.2.

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Quick Question..

PHP 4.3.2 and PHP Suexec work with your workaround now, bdraco?

I want to do buildapache to do all so I am secured the best I can be with PHP stuff.

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cPanelNick

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Originally posted by tAzMaNiAc
Quick Question..

PHP 4.3.2 and PHP Suexec work with your workaround now, bdraco?

I want to do buildapache to do all so I am secured the best I can be with PHP stuff.

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yes

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