Thursday, November 19, 2009

Use mod_rails with Freebsd 7.0

Man, been a while but i forgot how much i hate FreeBSD. Reminds me of the old days where solaris refused to ship their OS with a compiler or a decent shell, or require you to update /etc/nsswitch.conf to use DNS. Oh wait they still they do that with Solaris 10.. Ok, sorry tangent.

So if you need to compile mod_rails (aka passenger) on FreeBSD 7 with apache 2 and you used the default port install then you need to recompile with

make USE_THREADS=yes

and you will avoid that very nasty "Bus Error (core dumped)"

The other option is to use the Worker MPM and you should be good as well. I still cant mod_proxy to work but thats another issues.

Fun times.


mary Brown said...

Security testing is must. Everybody wants security at every level of his working. as explained above failures are happened but if we test time to time then it will improve. So it depend on us how much we are serious about this.
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