Apache segfaults & /var/log/rt2 question

Soon, I’ll shut up. Two things:

Am getting periodic segmentation faults in Apache’s error_log.

[Tue Aug 7 13:43:24 2001] [notice] child pid 3110 exit signal
Segmentation fault (11)
[Tue Aug 7 13:43:28 2001] [notice] child pid 3102 exit signal
Segmentation fault (11)

I am running 1.3.19 compiled with mod_perl 1.26 statically. Any ideas
what might be causing this? Seems to cause everything to run pretty
slowly. HTTPD processes are about 17M, too, which seems very fat.

Second thing:

My /var/log/rt2 directory has a zillion files in it (example below) with
owners of mail:rt or nobody:rt, each with a PID. Is this normal? Should
it really be writing a log for every instance?

Any insight appreciated. For the person that asked about a nag script, I
had one for RT1 I’m changing for RT2, and I’ll make it available.

Thanks,
Dave

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“David C. Troy” wrote:

Soon, I’ll shut up. Two things:

Am getting periodic segmentation faults in Apache’s error_log.

sorry can’t help ya here.

I am running 1.3.19 compiled with mod_perl 1.26 statically. Any ideas
what might be causing this? Seems to cause everything to run pretty
slowly. HTTPD processes are about 17M, too, which seems very fat.

they are if you weren’t using mod_perl but since you are thats
actually quite small, on my system apache processes are about 33M
each. Actually i take that back…my apache processes are in
the ~90MB/each range. my mod_perl is not static though it is
dynamic(using packaged versions of apache and mod_perl, debian
woody)

www-data 30004 0.0 9.9 92980 51372 ? S Aug05 0:16 /usr/sbin/apache
www-data 30005 0.0 9.7 92064 50460 ? S Aug05 0:13 /usr/sbin/apache
www-data 30006 0.0 9.2 89360 47708 ? S Aug05 0:09 /usr/sbin/apache
www-data 30007 0.0 9.0 88220 46624 ? S Aug05 0:14 /usr/sbin/apache
www-data 30008 0.0 9.9 92896 51336 ? S Aug05 0:27 /usr/sbin/apache

nate
(still a new rt2 user)

Nate Amsden
System Administrator
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