Le 05/01/2012 18:58, Rich Megginson a écrit :
On 01/05/2012 10:57 AM, Guillaume Chanaud wrote:
> same here, there is a segfault in http.worker. It's the mod_nss fault
> (like always..).
This has happened before? Are there any bugs opened for this issue?
Is this SELinux related?
No it's not related to SElinux as it is totaly disabled on my system.
It happened after a dist-upgrade from Fedora 15 to 16, i don't know
which version introduced the bug. I found some old bug reports about
segfaults on httpd + mod_nss which should have been patched years ago. I
also found some other segfaults bug reports on nss.
I (or Israel ) could fill a bug report but we have to investigate on
which component/version is really faulty on that case (maybe it's a
nss.conf or console.conf misconfiguration for http/mod_nss last
versions, but i don't have the time to investigate right now, that's why
i answered quickly about how to "dirty" resolve the problem for now). It
would be great to see if it's the case on a fresh Fedora16 and 15
install, as it would be easier to track the faulty module/version.
> So here is the solution to get it working :
> In /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/httpd.conf
> Comment lines :
> LoadModule nss_module /usr/lib64/httpd/modules/libmodnss.so
> Include /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/nss.conf
> In /etc/dirsrv/admin-serv/console.conf
> Comment out everything after line
> Listen 0.0.0.0:9830
> Aka : comment out everything related to NSS/certs
> Hope it'll help you.
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