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#165 invalid Configure Apache moo WoLeRiNe

I use Apache2.2 wih "Server API CGI". How can i enable xcache for this systems? So I must ise Apache in cgi mode. Thanks.

#106 fixed Apache segfaults on HUP when xcache enabled moo XenoPhage

Apache is segfaulting when a -HUP is sent via kill. This happens each night when logrotate is run. The only error in the error log is as follows :

[Mon Jun 25 12:20:11 2007] [notice] seg fault or similar nasty error detected in the parent process

I can reproduce this seemingly at will while xcache is enabled. Disabling xcache resolves the problem.

I tried running httpd by hand with -X for debugging, the HUP causes a direct segfault. Any tips on debugging this?

System specs are as follows :

CentOS 5.0 (all current patches installed) Apache 2.2.3 (httpd-2.2.3-6.el5.centos.1) PHP 5.1.6 (php-5.1.6-12.el5) XCache 1.2.1-rc1 (original RPM package from Jason Litka, update added by me) Suhosin 0.9.20

#244 duplicate Memory consumption issue with Xcache. moo Xtreme2damax

I've been having an issue on my VPS where the available memory is consumed/drained fairly quickly. I've watched 50 MB - 100 MB of memory be consumed in a matter of minutes.

Today it was brought to my attention that Xcache might have been responsible for the continuous and rapid memory usage. I decided to uninstall Xcache earlier today and sure enough it was responsible for the rapid memory consumption. After uninstalling Xcache and restarting my web server, memory consumption returned to normal sane levels.

I run a Cpanel WHM vps with 512 MB of ram. I'm not sure if the issue was caused by a memory leak in Xcache or if I had Xcache configured incorrectly.

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