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Bug #2243

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Lighttpd 1.4.27 - mod_cgi unstable

Added by marek about 11 years ago. Updated about 11 years ago.

Status:
Invalid
Priority:
Normal
Category:
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Target version:
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Under CentOS 5.5 64-bit.

2010-08-03 18:20:00: (log.c.166) server started
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22629
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22620
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22732
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22621
2010-08-03 18:22:01: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22637
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22640
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 21627
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22626
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22625
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22738
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 22663
2010-08-03 18:22:02: (mod_cgi.c.588) cgi died, pid: 21099
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 0 PID = 22798
2010-08-03 18:22:05: (server.c.1503) server stopped by UID = 48 PID = 20597
2010-08-03 18:22:06: (log.c.166) server started
Actions #1

Updated by darix about 11 years ago

May i ask how it is a lighttpd bug if your CGI application crashes?

Actions #2

Updated by marek about 11 years ago

I think it's a bug, because:

- when I bind lighttpd to specific IP it's unstable.
- when server.bind option is off then it works ok.

I got 4 IP's in my server.

Actions #3

Updated by darix about 11 years ago

I very highly doubt that this is related. hop on to irc.freenode.net #lighttpd and we can check the config and stuff instead of chatting on the bugtracker.

Actions #4

Updated by marek about 11 years ago

How can I track which application is failing ?

Actions #5

Updated by stbuehler about 11 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Invalid
  • Target version deleted (1.4.27)

Dieing cgi processes may be "related" to something you do in lighty, but there is still not a single reason this is a bug in lighty.

And this is not a support forum.

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