Roland Smith wrote:
On Wed, May 23, 2007 at 12:40:19PM -0700, PeterPluta wrote:
I see this quite regularly. What exactly is the http process doing? I'm
guessing this is the master process stopping and restarting when I rotate
logs or something. Can anyone confirm? There is usally more processes, 10-15
or more.
kernel log messages:
+++ /tmp/security.ioLB2PiJ      Wed May 23 03:01:42 2007
+pid 30865 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 4


According to signal(3), signal 4 is SIGILL; illegal instruction.

Not sure what triggers that. Maybe a stack overflow bug that writes a
bogus value to a return address?

Roland

Are you running CURRENT and did you update to GCC 4.2 and install httpd lately? If so, you need to read a few threads on the current@ list pertaining to GCC 4.2 written in the past 1-2 weeks.

-Garrett
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