FreeBSD 5.1-p10 reproducible crash with Apache2
ah at cryptobank.de
Mon Nov 3 06:54:07 PST 2003
maybe i have similar problems.
The machine died once a day. After i have disabled SSL, all runs
stable. But i am not sure yet, because my apache2 config has not
the relevant "SSLMutex" and "SSLSessionCache".
And i have changed RAM.
Tomorrow i will enable SSL and see what happens. Next step is put
in the possible corrupt RAM. But i have some hints, that Apache2/SSL
is the matter.
You ("Branko F. Grac(nar") wrote:
> | Can you try polling (http://info.iet.unipi.it/~luigi/polling/) ?
> I just disabled SMP support, enabled polling (i've also set sysctl
> variable to 1) and reran the test.
> Machine locked up in about 5 seconds (this is 1u p4 xeon 2.4 GHz, 2GB of
> ~ ram).
> This only accours if Apache2 SSLMutex is set to 'sem' and
> SSLSessionCache is set to 'shm:/path(size)'.
> So... there are possible problems with shared memory implementation in
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Andy Hilker -- mailto:ah at cryptobank.de
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