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RE: Hang on import, update

From: Craig L. Ching <cching_at_mqsoftware.com>
Date: 2004-01-15 21:54:02 CET

> Look in subversion's HACKING file about how to debug apache.
> Basically, load the httpd process into gdb, and then 'run -X' to make
> the program run as a single process... no threading or forking.
> (Warning: it's very slow in this mode) Point your svn client at it,
> and then see where it blows up when it segfaults.
> Of course, it helps if you've built apache with
> --enable-maintainer-mode. That's the switch that gives you debugging
> symbols.
Thanks for the hint. I do have --enable-maintainer-mode turned on. Ok, so I ran httpd that way, but I can't recreate the problem. I ran my test 3 times and it always finishes as it should now without any hangs, errors or segfaults. Any other suggestions? Are there any more detailed logs that might tell me what's going on? One other thing to note, this is Fedora core and I just noticed that it has NPTL, which is the native posix thread library. Anyone know of any problems with NPTL and apache or subversion on Linux? Any suggestions for continuing to debug?


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