hieninger at metronet
Oct 31, 2001, 7:03 AM
Post #8 of 8
[mod_backhand-users] Installation/Update of Apache (SuSE7.1->7.3) gives httpd/error_log entries
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this last posting was meant as solution, rather than a problem.
> I haven't checked the SuSE distribution, but I would wager it is
> compiled as an Apache module. If you are going to go an disable the
> lines that make mod_backhand work, you should really be disabling
> mod_backhand completely.
yep, that what I did in the very first, and it worked.
As an interested person I still wondered what went wrong, so I looked for the
With some help by Sean Chittenden (not in this list -> direct -email)
I searched a lot of files for possible config errors.
The result was that, in httpd.conf, the commented lines had to be replaced by
some entries for MulticastStats/AcceptStats
and the Apache felt happy!
> As for the seg fault, this is obviously undesirable and I will look into
An informative message would in fact be less harmful... ;-))
Let me know, if you found a solution.
Anyhow, thanks a lot for all of your and the lists rapid help!
Harro Uwe Hieninger
> On Tuesday, October 30, 2001, at 02:23 PM, Harro Uwe Hieninger wrote:
> > To SuSE Support
> >> (and to whom it may concern ;-))
> >> httpd.conf:
> >> UnixSocketDir /var/lib/backhand
> >> # MulticastStats 22.214.171.124:4445
> >> # MulticastStats 126.96.36.199:4445,1
> >> # AcceptStats 188.8.131.52/24
> >> # Note that you _must_ configure the MulticastStats/AcceptStats
> >> directives,
> >> # otherwise apache will segfault! <<<---!!!
> >> there it is!
> >> I didnt't ask for mod_backhand but SuSE7.3 included it. And they
> >> forgot to
> >> inform me that the result is an inconsistency without further
> >> changes...