paolophp3 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 2 03:35:39 EST 2005
Hi all, I'm trying to setup Apache and mod_python in order tu run Django (http://www.djangoproject.com/) with this setup. I'm facing a problem that other people already have experienced: no response is returned to the browser after each request is made. These errors are notified in error_log: [Fri Dec 02 09:20:48 2005] [notice] mod_python: Creating 32 session mutexes based on 150 max processes and 0 max threads. [Fri Dec 02 09:20:48 2005] [notice] Apache/2.0.55 (Unix) mod_python/3.1.4 Python/2.4.2 configured -- resuming normal operations [Fri Dec 02 09:20:48 2005] [info] Server built: Dec 1 2005 18:51:05 [Fri Dec 02 09:20:48 2005] [debug] prefork.c(956): AcceptMutex: sysvsem (default: sysvsem) [Fri Dec 02 09:20:51 2005] [notice] mod_python: (Re)importing module 'django.core.handlers.modpython' [Fri Dec 02 09:20:54 2005] [notice] child pid 3645 exit signal Segmentation fault (11) I tried different configurations (apache 2.0.54/mod_python 3.1.4/python 2.3.4, apache 2.0.55/mod_python 3.1.4/python 2.3.4, apache 2.0.55/mod_python 3.1.4/python 2.4.2) but I didn't see any changes. Experiments happen on Slackware, kernel 2.4.26. I discovered interesting information that might resemble my scenario also: Expat Causing Apache Crash (http://www.dscpl.com.au/articles/modpython-006.html), Segfault with Vampire (http://www.modpython.org/pipermail/mod_python/2005-October/019390.html), mod_python and MySQLDb won't work together (http://www.modpython.org/FAQ/faqw.py?req=show&file=faq02.013.htp), mod_python and mysql - problem solved! (http://www.modpython.org/pipermail/mod_python/2004-January/014886.html). I have followed the proposed solutions, but nothing applies succesfully. As I already have stressed the helpful Django people at django-users (complete thread for details at http://tinyurl.com/7k3qt), and the issue is still unresolved, I guess that or the cause of this behavior is so evident that it results even hard to trace, or that it's really obscure. Can I have an opinion from you, too? Finally... I'm using PythonDebug On and LogLevel debug. Is there some way to obtain further details? Thanks!