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Re: Spuriously failing hook scripts

From: Franz Sirl <Franz.Sirl-kernel_at_lauterbach.com>
Date: 2006-09-15 18:09:31 CEST

At 15:53 15.09.2006, Malcolm Rowe wrote:
>There was some suggestion elsethread that this problem might be caused by
>other modules loaded into Apache, particularly mod_php. Are you using
>anything like that? If so, could you try disabling it temporarily and
>see if the problem still occurs?

That was a good hint. After restarting apache I can not trigger the
bug until I access the wiki hosted on the same server and thus force
the use of mod_php5. So loading of mod_php5 seems to be safe, using
it is what triggers the bug. Could it be mod_php5 simply forgets to
unregister a hook or signal handler after usage?

For now I have disabled mod_php5 to get a longer testing period, but
I'm pretty sure now that mod_php5 is the culprit. This server is
running php-5.1.2-29.5, unfortunately
http://software.opensuse.org/download/server:/php/ has no SLES10
version, otherwise I would have given php-5.2.0RC3 a quick try.

I'm not sure about the internals of apache, but is it possible that
putting the wiki on a separate virtual server could help in this situation?


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Received on Fri Sep 15 18:09:50 2006

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