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Hi,

When I use mod_ssl and test it with RoadRunner it dumps core. The details
are given below.

$ openssl version
OpenSSL 0.9.8d 28 Sep 2006
$ httpd -v
Server version: Apache/2.0.58 HP-UX_Apache-based_Web_Server
Server built: Dec 20 2006 13:10:19
$

(gdb) bt

#0 0xc0214508 in kill+0x10 ()

#1 0x4e9f4 in sig_coredump+0x88 ()

#2

#3 0xc0c3141c in ASN1_STRING_free+0x14 ()

#4 0xc0c989c8 in ASN1_primitive_free+0x68 ()

#5 0xc0c98834 in asn1_item_combine_free+0x3dc ()

#6 0xc0c987e0 in asn1_item_combine_free+0x388 ()

#7 0xc0c98388 in ASN1_item_free+0x20 ()

#8 0xc0c2bc50 in X509_free+0x18 ()

#9 0xc0be0b2c in SSL_SESSION_free+0xac ()

#10 0xc0bd96e4 in SSL_free+0x124 ()

#11 0xc0bbb64c in ssl_filter_io_shutdown+0x14c ()

#12 0xc0bbc0dc in ssl_io_filter_output+0x1fc ()

#13 0x4fa14 in ap_pass_brigade+0x6c ()

#14 0x4c114 in ap_flush_conn+0x84 ()

#15 0x4c1f8 in ap_lingering_close+0x60 ()

#16 0x3a310 in process_socket+0xb8 ()

#17 0x3aec8 in worker_thread+0x1e0 ()

#18 0xc0522f54 in dummy_worker+0x1c ()

#19 0xc0094024 in __pthread_bound_body+0xa8 ()

#20 0xc00c4ab4 in __pthread_bound_start+0x14 ()


Does it have to do anything with some pointer alignment problem? Let me know
if more details is needed.

Thanks in advance,
Pradeep

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Hi,

 

When I use mod_ssl and test it with RoadRunner it dumps core. The details are given below.

 

$ openssl version
OpenSSL 0.9.8d 28 Sep 2006
$ httpd -v
Server version: Apache/2.0.58  HP-UX_Apache-based_Web_Server
Server built:   Dec 20 2006 13:10:19

$

(gdb) bt


#0 0xc0214508 in kill+0x10 ()


#1 0x4e9f4 in sig_coredump+0x88 ()


#2 <signal handler called>


#3 0xc0c3141c in ASN1_STRING_free+0x14 ()


#4 0xc0c989c8 in ASN1_primitive_free+0x68 ()


#5 0xc0c98834 in asn1_item_combine_free+0x3dc ()


#6 0xc0c987e0 in asn1_item_combine_free+0x388 ()


#7 0xc0c98388 in ASN1_item_free+0x20 ()


#8 0xc0c2bc50 in X509_free+0x18 ()


#9 0xc0be0b2c in SSL_SESSION_free+0xac ()


#10 0xc0bd96e4 in SSL_free+0x124 ()


#11 0xc0bbb64c in ssl_filter_io_shutdown+0x14c ()


#12 0xc0bbc0dc in ssl_io_filter_output+0x1fc ()


#13 0x4fa14 in ap_pass_brigade+0x6c ()


#14 0x4c114 in ap_flush_conn+0x84 ()


#15 0x4c1f8 in ap_lingering_close+0x60 ()


#16 0x3a310 in process_socket+0xb8 ()


#17 0x3aec8 in worker_thread+0x1e0 ()


#18 0xc0522f54 in dummy_worker+0x1c ()


#19 0xc0094024 in __pthread_bound_body+0xa8 ()


#20 0xc00c4ab4 in __pthread_bound_start+0x14 ()


 


Does it have to do anything with some pointer alignment problem? Let me know if more details is needed.

 

Thanks in advance,

Pradeep


 


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