I have a quite depressing row with pgsql.so the last ten days.

I have -

FreeBSD 5.4
Apache 1.3.36
PHP 5.1.4
PostgreSQL 8.0.8

Everything compiled from ports.

After everything is installed - it works. As soon as I reboot the FreeBSD - Apache starts to core dump. When I comment pgsql.so in the extensions.ini or uninstall it - everything works again.

I did more than a dozen clean installations on a blank drive starting from the operating system and I get all the time the same result - after install all works, after OS reboot - Apache starts to core dump.

Is it possible that I do something wrong, which is enforced on reboot?

Thanks a lot for your help,


Somebody from the list came in to debug with us. He examined httpd.core and found out that the problem is around 'get host by name'. Then he added a line in 'hosts' and gave the host name in 'httpd.conf' and all worked fine.

Interesting that the server worked without this for quite a while.



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