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Re: apache locks up with authz_svn_module

From: Justin Erenkrantz <justin_at_erenkrantz.com>
Date: 2003-06-18 08:13:37 CEST

--On Tuesday, June 17, 2003 7:41 PM +0200 Dominik Westner
<lists@logicunited.com> wrote:

> Apache locks up during any svn actions requiring authentication. I could not
> find anything in the error logs. After some debugging I found out, that I
> have

mod_authz_svn would only be active if AuthzSVNAccessFile is defined in your
httpd.conf. If it isn't there, auth_checker() will decline to do anything.
So, I'm suspicious that mod_authz_svn is at the root of this problem.

You would need to run 'pstack' to determine where it is really hanging, but
based on what you've said, I would ensure that something wasn't going on with
your LDAP server to make the client connections temporarily block.

(Oops, I think Linux doesn't have pstack. So, attach to the 'hung' process
with gdb, then get a backtrace. Or, something like that.)

> LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
> in my config file. I don't remember that I have put it there. Did svn
> upgrade my config file? ( I guess I would not like that ....)

apxs with the -i option will add LoadModule lines by default. -- justin

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