bram-lists at phoenux.org
Mon May 23 12:44:51 EDT 2005
Martin Lesser wrote: >This may be OT on this list so please take my apologies for this >posting. > >I need a pointer which is the right address to report an IMO serious >bug which is _not_ caused by mod_python but occurs when using it. > >We use mod_python since several months with success, yesterday we >extended some modules to use cdb-files with python-cdb >(http://pilcrow.madison.wi.us/) > >The apache 2.0.54 (gentoo-linux) running mod_python also loads mod_php >(4.3.11) and simple code like > >| from mod_python import apache, util >| import cdb >| def index(req): >| _c = cdb.init('any_cdb_file.cdb') >| _x = _c.get('any_key') # This line caused the segfault, not the init >| return '<html>%s</html>' % _x > >caused a segmentation fault. > >After recompiling mod_php several times with reduced options >(--disable-dba, --disable-dbx, --without-cdb etc.) the code above worked >as expected. > >How is it possible that one modul (mod_php) causes a segfault in the >main program (apache) when this program executes code from another modul >(mod_python)? Is this an apache-bug? > >What's the right place to report this bug? > >TIA, Martin >_______________________________________________ >Mod_python mailing list >Mod_python at modpython.org >http://mailman.modpython.org/mailman/listinfo/mod_python > > Being a heavy Gentoo user myself, I would start with posting this problem with a little more info about what lead you to try to recompile mod_php when mod_python is segfaulting, and make that post to http://forums.gentoo.org/ Bram.