[mod_python] mod_python segfault

Martin Pool mbp at samba.org
Thu Jun 27 16:15:25 EST 2002

On 26 Jun 2002, William Robertson <wkr at cs.ucsb.edu> wrote:
> On 26 June 2002, Martin Pool [mbp at samba.org] wrote:
> | At a guess, you are using a different version of the Apache source to
> | compile mod_python than the one that was used to build httpd itself.
> | Are you using an SSL patch perhaps?
> I'm using mod_ssl, but that shouldn't matter as it's a DSO, right?

Yes, it does matter.  No, it's not just a DSO; it's a patch and also a

> Anyway, trying without it loaded didn't make a difference.

Right, but I suspect building Apache from scratch without it, or with
it, and then building mod_python against *that* would fix it.

If you can get apache+modssl+modpython from your distro that would be

> Also, I'm
> not compiling mod_python statically against an Apache source tree, and
> I thought apxs would take care of using the correct Apache installation.
> I did just try compiling against an Apache installation from a virgin
> 1.3.26 tree which worked perfectly, though.  Configurations were
> identical AFAICT, so this is probably a Gentoo issue.  I guess I'll take
> a closer look at those vendor patches...

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