Nope… at least not that I’ve seen.
It seems that no one “in the know” cares enough about GenToo to help find a
solution (not a poke at anyone, just my perception based upon the lack of
any response to this thread). I tried everything I could think of to no
I ended up building a small fedora Core 5 box just to run the RT3 front-end.
I still have the MySQL DB running on the GenToo server in the hopes that a
front-end fix will be found someday.
Donovan YoungFrom: Steven Coutts [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Monday, June 12, 2006 5:11 AM
Subject: Re: [rt-users] Any resolution on apache2/mod_perl2 "Out of Memory!"
error on GenToo?
Did anyone get anywhere with this?
Think I have the same problem.
Please accept my apologies if this particular dead horse has been
sufficiently beaten, but I’m new to this list and I’ve already searched
through Google as well as the mailing list archives to no avail.
mysql-5.0.19-r1 (was using mysql-4, but found something during my
searches that suggested upgrading mysql. No apparent effect)
(I'm not sure what other info would be helpful, please let me know
and I’ll be happy to supply)
I was wondering (read: hoping) if this list had already discovered a fix
workaround to the “Out of Memory! Callback called exit” error seen in the
Apache2 error_log when attempting to perform a Ticket Search from within
the RT website. If so, could someone point me in the proper direction
(URL, email, carrier pigeon)?
Thanks in advance!
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