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Re: Segmentation fault (11) Followed by invalid UTF-8 sequence

From: John Ruff <jcruff_at_dndlabs.net>
Date: 2004-06-19 01:53:30 CEST

I'm seeing very similar results with subversion and web_dav/svn_dav. I'm
running apache2-2.0.49 on SuSE 9.1 and subversion 1.0.5. When connecting
via http I receive the following error:

SVN CO output
$ svn co http://tank/Techniq/SYSLOG_NG
Authentication realm: <http://tank:80> Subversion Access
Password for 'techniq':
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/Techniq/SYSLOG_NG'
svn: PROPFIND of '/Techniq/SYSLOG_NG': Could not read status line:
Connection reset by peer (http://tank)

Apache running processes
# pstree -Gp | grep httpd2-prefork
│ ├─httpd2-prefork(31223)
│ ├─httpd2-prefork(31256)
│ ├─httpd2-prefork(31763)
│ ├─httpd2-prefork(31807)
│ └─httpd2-prefork(31856)

[Fri Jun 18 15:46:34 2004] [notice] child pid 31807 exit signal
Segmentation fault (11)

Any ideas???


John Ruff

"No one can see past a decision they don't understand." --Oracle

Robert Paulsen wrote:

>What causes, and is there a way to fix, the following error:
>$ svn co https://localhost/repos/sample
>svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/repos/sample'
>svn: PROPFIND of '/repos/sample': Could not read status line: Secure
>connection truncated (https://localhost)
>$ tail /var/log/messages
>[Fri Jun 18 17:07:51 2004] [notice] child pid 7997 exit signal Segmentation
>fault (11)
>After the above happens, the following starts to happen (worked fine before
>the above):
>$ svn co file:///srv/svn/repos/sample/
>svn: Valid UTF-8 data
>followed by invalid UTF-8 sequence
>(hex: b0 6c 08 08)
>Up until yesterday I had no problem using either the https: or the file:
>methods of access. Note also that other https access to my server works just
>fine so I think simple http would have the same result.

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