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Bug 10828 - segmentation fault (11) when reading client certificates
segmentation fault (11) when reading client certificates
Product: Red Hat Secure Web Server
Classification: Retired
Component: secureweb (Show other bugs)
i386 Linux
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Assigned To: Nalin Dahyabhai
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Reported: 2000-04-14 15:49 EDT by s.j.c.jonker
Modified: 2014-08-12 08:03 EDT (History)
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Last Closed: 2014-08-12 08:03:05 EDT
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Description s.j.c.jonker 2000-04-14 15:49:33 EDT
This is actually for secureweb 3.2. I protect a directory with
<Directory /home/httpd/html/foo>
  SSLVerifyClient require
  SSLVerifyDepth 10

When I try to access that directory from a client computer (with a client
certificate) I get the error "A connection with the server cannot be
established" (IE) or "Document contains no data" (Netscape) and the only
log on the server is in error_log which says "[Fri Apr 14 16:01:10 2000]
[notice] child pid 16161 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)".  Is this
the same bug that was fixed in the secureweb update for 3.1?
Comment 1 andyl 2000-04-17 11:14:59 EDT
I have the same problem, with an almost identical config.  Additionally, the seg
fault problem doesn't occur upon initial startup of the apache process; I've
noticed this problem only after a couple of days have gone by (as a result,
stopping and starting the server will fix it temporarily).
Comment 2 Anonymous 2000-04-17 12:16:59 EDT
Some more comments...  The reading and verifying of client certificates used to
work with RedHat 6.1 Profess.  After I upgraded to 6.2 I cannot read client
certificates at all.  If I set the log level to debug I can see that the ssl
engine is requesting and reading the client certificate properly, however once
it is done the httpsd process simply dies...  I don't know if it is because of
the switch from openssl to bsafe-ssl, but can anyone out there using RedHat 6.2
Professional read client certificates?

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