Apache 22 - FreeBSD 8.0 - (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 11
Hans F. Nordhaug
Hans.F.Nordhaug at hiMolde.no
Sun May 9 16:23:38 UTC 2010
* Helmut Schneider <jumper99 at gmx.de> [2010-05-03]:
> Hans F. Nordhaug wrote:
> > * Helmut Schneider <jumper99 at gmx.de> [2010-05-02]:
> > > Hans F. Nordhaug wrote:
> > >
> > > > I recently upgrade to FreeBSD 8.0 (from 7.2) and suddenly I get a
> > > > lot of "(httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 11" in my logs. I have
> > > > similar problems with amavisd - see
> > > > http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2010-April/thread.html#215757
> > > > I'm have updated and recompiled all ports. The logs
> > > > /var/log/messages and the httpd error log both just report
> > > > "exited on signal 11" or "Segmentation fault (11)"
> > > >
> > > > Any hints?
> > >
> > > Find the .core file, start gdb with the core file, type "bt", post
> > > the output.
> > Sorry, I should have mentioned that I can't find any core files.
> > "find / -name '*.core'" returns nothing.
> I guess one can assume that
> - you already checked RAM with memtest or so.
> - you already check your hard drive (you mentiened you fsck'ed your
> hard drive and found errors that wer corrected)
> - you are running one or more perl apps within apache?
Thx to you and everybody else who have answered so far:
- I have (now) checked RAM with memtest for several days. No issues.
- Yes, I have already checked my hard drive using fsck, and the few
problems that were reported was fixed a week ago.
- My websites are using PHP, not Perl. I have checked/fixed the
extension loading order using fixphpextorder.sh as posted on
It didn't help. I don't have that many extensions - the order is:
root at myserver[~](18:18:19)718:>cat /usr/local/etc/php/extensions.ini
Any more hints?
PS! There are still no core files generated. I have
":coredumpsize=unlimited" in /etc/login.conf, but maybe something else is
surpressing the core file generation.)
PS! The Perl exit problem is still present, but that was related to
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