[mod_python] importing home made modules

David Geller dg at sponsera.com
Mon Jul 19 16:24:26 EDT 2004

This brings back memories.... ;)

Perhaps you have a "library conflict" somehwere (which happened to me 
awhile back). You must make sure that libraries used by various apache 
modules are the same. My problem was the PHP mod was using one version 
of mysql libraries, while mod_python was using another. In *some* 
configurations, this worked fine. In others, it segv'd. When I made all 
the libraries consistent, problems went away.

Just my 1/2 cent...


Bo Lorentsen wrote:
> Hi ...
> I have a strage problem, while using apache2 2.0.49 and mod_python 3.1.3
> (Python 2.3.4) on a debian testing/sarge platform.
> I have made a python module written i C/C++ for python that just works
> nicly on the command line python, it both imports and works as expected.
> but when I include it in a python module via apache2 I get an
> segmentation error. Ofcause plain mod_pyton modules without this module
> just works :-)
> So my module works just fine, but in apache2 :-(
> The funny part is, that this workeed for just a few weeks ago, in the
> same setup, but due to a hacker attack I was forced to reinstall the
> mashine. The only thing I can think of that may have changed is the
> python version (2.3.3->2.3.4).
> Are there anyone that have had any problems like this, or will it be
> wise to use python 2.2 instead ?
> /BL
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