Question about Apache2 Port and FreeBSD 6 kernel options
sheepkiller at cultdeadsheep.org
Sun Jun 25 15:15:33 UTC 2006
> Did the first test, build a custom kernel but now with the 3 SYSV memory
> options, and Apache2 has started ok with this and is running ok now. So
> the SYSV memory options are needed and were causing the problem.
> Is the second test also needed because I have to go back to the wrong
> kernel to test that I guess?
It's just for testing purpose actually, because I'm curious. My
crashboxes are currently used or dead so I can't investigate right
now. If you really want to get rid of SysV stuff, you may want to know
how apache2 lives without it. I'm pretty sure it will be ok, but
apache must be rebuilt.
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