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Description of problem:
Somewhere between mod_python 2.7.3 and 2.7.6 they introduced something that
broke the cleanup handler. Red Hat 7.2 ships 2.7.6.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a mod_python handler
2. Watch it work OK without the cleanup handler defined, and segfaulting
with a defined cleanup handler
Actual Results: Apache segfaults.
Since the cleanup handler is executed upon cleanup, the result is not
visible to the client, since the request is correctly served. But the httpd
process segfaults (tail -f /var/log/httpd/error.log)
IIRC every version after 2.7.4 has this problem.
Browsing the CVS rep doesn't show me anything strange added between 2.7.3
I have to doublecheck if 2.7.4 is indeed the first version with the
problem. 2.7.6 which ships with Red Hat is definitely broken.
Created attachment 40047 [details]
COnfiguration file to be appended to httpd.conf (Include conf/crash.conf)
Created attachment 40048 [details]
mod_python handlers (referred from crash.conf)
Attached the configuration file and the mod_python handler.
To test this, point a browser to http://yourmachine.org/fisk
You should see something on the screen, but /var/log/httpd/error.log would show
Created attachment 47622 [details]
Patch that fixes the problem
asigned to nalin
Incorporated into 2.7.6-5 and later. Please also make sure the modpython.org
folks get the patch.