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Re: Import Problem

From: Hans Holmberg <hasse_at_solace.mh.se>
Date: 2004-09-06 15:46:30 CEST

On Mon, 6 Sep 2004, Marc Haisenko wrote:

> On Monday 06 September 2004 15:03, tomas.felner@ubs.com wrote:
> > error_log:
> > [Mon Sep 06 15:00:27 2004] [notice] child pid 28486 exit signal Illegal
> > instruction (4) [Mon Sep 06 15:00:27 2004] [notice] child pid 29065 exit
> > signal Illegal instruction (4)
> >
> >
> > It looks like an apache2 child is dying with an illegal instruction. Has
> > anyone seen this before? Any ideas what might be wrong here?
> >
> > Thanks,
> > - Tom
>
> Illegal instruction signals occur when your programm contains instructions
> which your CPU doesn't know about. E.g. if your program would use 3DNow!
> instructions and you're running an Intel CPU ;-)
>
> Most common cause is that the program was compiled on and for a newer CPU than
> the one you own, e.g. the program was compiled for a Pentium II/III and your
> running the program on a Pentium I (you get the idea).
>
> The safest but hardest way to fix this is to recompile every package involved.
> Easier way would be to try to get the packages from your distributor that
> match your architecture, if he offers packages for different architectures
> (e.g. i586 and i686, in which case you should go for i586)
>
> --

Since he is running this on Solaris I guess there's some issues with
incombatible libraries/binaries which results in a corrupted call stack,
which in turn almost every time it happens gives a "Illegal instruction"
error.

Recompile everything as Marc suggested, that will most certainly solve
the problems.

-H

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