Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 508067
Cannot install Apache2::Reload
Last modified: 2015-05-26 09:13:11 EDT
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #465226 +++
Description of problem:
The perl module Apache2::Reload has been chopped from mod_perl package.
In mod_perl changelog:
'Apache2::Reload has been moved to an externally maintained
Since I need Apache2::Reload, I try with:
yum install perl-Apache2-Reload
but no available packages.
so I try
cpanspec -b -f Apache::Reload
and I have the error:
error: Failed build dependencies:
perl(mod_perl) is needed by perl-Apache-Reload-0.10-1.fc9.noarch
/usr/bin/rpmbuild exited with value 1
but mod_perl is correctly installed:
rpm -qa | grep mod_perl
Version-Release number of selected components:
Fedora 9, mod_perl 2.0.4-1, cpanspec 1.77-1
Confirmed in Fedora 10 (and I guess Fedora 11). Apache2::Reload was removed from the mod_perl distro in 2.0.4:
Apache2::Reload comes from Apache::Reload, which appears to mess up when attempting to build an RPM from it with cpanspec.
I managed to install manually after installing mod_perl-devel and manually install Apache::Test, but I got SEGFAULTS from apache when running under Apache2::Reload.
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