On Fri, Jun 11, 2004 at 10:23:26PM -0500, Mobeen Azhar wrote:
> The subject pretty much says it all. I can successfully make and
> install subversion 1.05 on a SuSE 9.1 system with apache 2.0.49.
> Everything seems to work ok. I can access the repositories locally
> fine, I can access web sites on the machine hosted under apache fine.
> However, whenever I try to use a client to connect to the machine
> (tortoiseSVN from a Windows machine), apache records a child segfault
> message in the apache error log and the client fails with an error to
> the effect that the connection was terminated. This leads me to believe
> that mod_dav_svn is segfaulting.
> Has anyone else seen this? I am a relative newbie to Linux in general,
> and SuSE in particular, so any and all pointers to help with this will
> be much appreciated :)
How did you build subversion?
Do you use apache from the distribution, or did you build it yourself?
/usr/sbin/httpd2-prefork -f /etc/apache2/httpd.conf -DONE_PROCESS -DNO_DETACH
and attach strace -o httpd.strace -p $(pidof httpd2-prefork) once it is
running. Then reproduce the segfault by connecting with the client, and
look at the end of httpd.strace if it can give a hint.
Thought is limitation. Free your mind.
Received on Fri Jun 25 10:43:04 2004
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