This One Time, at Band Camp, Kevin Kinsey <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said, On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 01:25:52PM -0500: > Wael Nasreddine wrote: >> This One Time, at Band Camp, Mel <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> >> said, On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 06:32:40PM +0100: >>> On Friday 14 March 2008 16:32:30 Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote: >>>> pid 88487 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 4 >>>> pid 98657 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 4 >>>> pid 52780 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 4 >>>> pid 58619 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 4 >>> #define SIGILL 4 /* illegal instr. (not reset when caught) >>> */ >>> If you're sure there are no CPU specific flags set during apache >>> compilation, you might want to get a core dump. Is apache the only >>> program creating SIGILL? >> I'm having a similar issue, ny dmesg is filled with >> -------- CUT >> pid 63364 (httpd), uid 80: exited on signal 11 >> -------- CUT >> my /etc/make.conf: >> -------- CUT >> CFLAGS+="-march=pentium4" >> WITHOUT_X11=yes >> WITHOUT_JAVA=yes >> # Use Perl with threads >> WITH_THREADS=yes >> # added by use.perl 2008-03-13 22:04:11 >> PERL_VER=5.8.8 >> PERL_VERSION=5.8.8 >> -------- CUT >> what could be the problem... > > Well, first, signal 11 isn't signal 4, so the > problem isn't very *closely* related, but I'll > bite anyway. > Sorry for being off-topic I thought the solution would be almost the same or he could try whatever solution proposed to both of us, anyway sorry again :$
> That said, I've little idea what could be > causing your httpd to die with sig 11. In > my experience, signal 11s are generally caused > by incompatible modules (*.so) loading along > with httpd during Apache startup. PHP, in > particular, after a portupgrade. Any resemblance > to your situation? > Actuallly it's a fresh 7.0-RELEASE Installation, So I don't think a module might be broken unless it's a bug. > Kevin Kinsey -- Wael Nasreddine http://wael.nasreddine.com PGP: 1024D/C8DD18A2 06F6 1622 4BC8 4CEB D724 DE12 5565 3945 C8DD 18A2 .: An infinite number of monkeys typing into GNU emacs, would never make a good program. (L. Torvalds 1995) :.
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