[Mono-list] mod_mono Segmentatition fault after update

Alois.Flammensboeck at iXTS.de Alois.Flammensboeck at iXTS.de
Fri Oct 28 07:14:59 EDT 2005


today I decided to update mono from version 1.1.8 to to get the utf-8 - iso-8859-1 problem under control (thanks to daniel, rob and bernhard). First I've tried to uninstall the old versions of mono, mod_mono and xsp with "make uninstall". After this I've installed mono-, mod-mono- and xsp- respectively from latest stable tarball.  I didn't use any --prefix option with ./configure. Now I've tried to restart the apache but in the error.log i saw that the location of mod-monoserver.exe has changed. So i updated the httpd.conf. Now it looks as follows:

# Mono Related Stuff

MonoExecutablePath "/usr/local/bin/mono"

MonoServerPath "/usr/local/lib/xsp/1.0/mod-mono-server.exe"

AddHandler mono .aspx .ascx .asax .ashx .config .cs .asmx

MonoApplicationsConfigDir "/etc/apache/monoapplications/"

The web-application-config contains


I've restarted apache and it seems that mod-mono-server is coming up. But if i try to call the demo application I get the following error in apache error.log

child pid 31807 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

I've compiled mod_mono in debug-mode but I can't figure out any abnormal message. Here is the log:

[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Host: www.myhost.de
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Keep-Alive: 300
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; de-DE; rv:1.7.8) Gecko/20050511 Firefox/1.0.4
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Done headers (init2)
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Sending init3
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Done init3
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:08 2005] [warn] Loop
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:13 2005] [warn] Command received: GET_SERVER_VARIABLE
[Fri Oct 28 12:50:14 2005] [notice] child pid 31807 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

Does anybody know what to do?

I've also tried to delete all mono related files on this machine and reinstalled everything. This doesn't change anything.


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