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Topic: apache segfault centos 5.5 iredmail 0.7.0-beta1

Have tried a test install of iredmail 0.7.0-beta1 on a centos 5.5 (64-bit) server. 

Seem to be no errors in the install but when I try to access iredadmin I first get the "invalid certificate" warning in the browser, and then nothing more happens. 

If I check /var/log/messages I can see "kernel: httpd[4174]: segfault at .............. error 4"

Any suggestions?

Cheers,
>>>>> Mike <<<<<

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Re: apache segfault centos 5.5 iredmail 0.7.0-beta1

mcisar wrote:

If I check /var/log/messages I can see "kernel: httpd[4174]: segfault at .............. error 4"

Try to access iredadmin access via HTTP (not HTTPS), if no problem with HTTP, there must be something wrong with HTTPS.

How to access iredadmin via HTTP:

- Open /etc/httpd/conf.d/iredadmin.conf, uncomment two lines in the top.
- Restart apache service.
- Access with web browser: http://xxx/iredadmin/

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Re: apache segfault centos 5.5 iredmail 0.7.0-beta1

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Try to access iredadmin access via HTTP (not HTTPS), if no problem with HTTP, there must be something wrong with HTTPS.

I have tried this and it didn't seem to make any difference, the page just sits blank ntil the browser times out.

Now if instead I comment out all of the wsgi related lines in iredadmin.conf and ssl.conf the browser returns immediately with a page not found when I try to access.  It seems as if the segfault is related to wsgi, or iredadmin itself?  Is there something I can use to do a quick test on wsgi to see if it works independant of iredadmin?

Thoughts?

Cheers,
>>>>> Mike <<<<<

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Re: apache segfault centos 5.5 iredmail 0.7.0-beta1

Do you have mod_python installed? if so, try to remove it and restart apache service.

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Re: apache segfault centos 5.5 iredmail 0.7.0-beta1

ZhangHuangbin wrote:

Do you have mod_python installed? if so, try to remove it and restart apache service.

Thanks, that did the trick.  Perhaps a check could be made in the installer to see if mod_python is installed and throw up a warning message if it is?

Cheers,
>>>>> Mike <<<<<