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Re: Segmentation fault when starting Apache, if mod_dav_svn.so is loaded

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-17 17:04:20 CEST

On Jul 15, 2006, at 22:49, Omar BELKHODJA wrote:

> I have upgraded my Linux version from Fedora4 to Ferdora5, and now the
> Apache server doesn't start anymore. While starting, there is a
> Segmentation fault that appears, and the starting fails. If I just
> remove the mod_dav_svn.so module from Apache .conf file, the Apache
> server starts without any problem.
> I remember that I was using the Apache version 1.xx before the new
> upgrade, but now it is 2.2.0, with the same version of subversion
> (1.3.2, the latest one).

Subversion has always required Apache 2, therefore you're unlikely to
have been using Apache 1 before.

Both Subversion and Apache use APR, the Apache Portable Runtime. When
serving with mod_dav_svn, both Subversion and Apache must be compiled
against the same version of APR.

Apache 2.0.x uses APR 0.9.x. Apache 2.2.x uses APR 1.2.x. So if your
Subversion was working before with Apache 2.0.x, then it was probably
compiled against APR 0.9.x as well. Now you would need to recompile
Subversion against APR 1.2.x so that it would work with Apache 2.2.x.

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