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Re: mod_python stops subversion

From: David Anderson <david.anderson_at_calixo.net>
Date: 2005-07-25 05:37:42 CEST

Mike Dewhirst wrote:
> 1. Is it possible for Apache to serve both?

I do.

> 2. If so, where do I start looking for help?

Usually, apache processes violently segfaulting is a sign that modules
are linked to different versions of the same library, and blow up when
the runtime linker links them to the wrong one. I'd advise to look at
the dependancies of both mod_dav_svn.so and mod_python.so (use 'ldd' to
list libraries linked) and see if you can spot any version mismatches.
If you can, then you need to resolve this (probably through careful
prodding of package maintainers or source compilation). If this is not
it, then you're probably best taking this to the apache people, unless
you can provide more details about what svn would be doing wrong here.

Good luck with sorting this out,
- Dave.

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