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Re: Please help Apache Segmentation fault

On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 9:08 AM, Mihai Chelaru
<> wrote:
> Hello,
> I am seeing "[notice] child pid 16566 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)"
> in my apache error_log. There is something like 66790 in maybe 1 or 2 days.
> I think this problem is being caused by php. Also, I am getting many core
> dumps from apache. I wonder if this could be causing the issue that I am
> having with sokva. Since the child process does not exit cleanly, could it
> be leaving things in the kernel, eventually filling the kernel's sokva area?
> I now have my kern.somaxkva = 100663296. This is not helping. If I don't
> reboot the system everyday, then all apache processes go into a stat of
> sokva. I am desperate to find a solution!
> Thanks,
> Al
> For Google archiving - happened to me also after a pkgin full-upgrade to
> pkgsrc-2012Q4 binaries on a 6.0 system. pkgin updated apache and apr-util
> but didn't updated apr (version was unchanged). Executing "pkgin -F install
> apr" fixed the problem for me.
> --
> Mihai

Can you rebuild with debugging symbols?  It's easier to confirm who is
crashing apache that way.

You might also be able to examine the core files you already have.

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