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Re: More strange Log entries

From: Nix <nix_at_esperi.org.uk>
Date: 2005-08-27 13:32:39 CEST

On Fri, 26 Aug 2005, Andr mused:
> How can I tell the configure options from a binary package?

Get the source RPM and look at the .spec file inside it.

(There may be other methods, but I hardly ever use RPMs: I'm a
Debian/Gentoo geek.)

>> If so, there are known problems in that area, particularly with Linux
>> kernels 2.6.11 and above (with the VA randomization feature) and
>> with Fedora Core 1 and above (and other kernels with Red Hat's
>> ExecShield feature).
> This is 2.6.8 from a stock SuSE 9.2 installation.

I *think* stock SuSE 9.2 has ExecShield: I know they added it in one of
the erratas.

>> Otherwise, run it under GDB and get a backtrace, or (even better) run it
>> under valgrind :)
> Apache? The apache module?

Oh, curses, this is a *server* crash, is it?

The bug I was thinking of was a client-side failure.

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 great tragedies of publishing, it was not a limited enough edition
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