[Modules] [mod_gnutls] Keep-Alive possible?

Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos nmav at gnutls.org
Wed Sep 22 14:56:58 EDT 2010

On 09/22/2010 08:16 PM, Hardy Griech wrote:

> Output is now as follows:
> [Wed Sep 22 20:06:00 2010] [notice] Apache/2.2.16 (Debian) DAV/2 
> mod_gnutls/0.5.8 configured -- resuming normal operations
> [Wed Sep 22 20:06:00 2010] [info] Server built: Aug 29 2010 14:59:54
> [Wed Sep 22 20:06:00 2010] [debug] worker.c(1757): AcceptMutex: sysvsem 
> (default: sysvsem)
> [Wed Sep 22 20:06:13 2010] [debug] gnutls_cache.c(355): [gnutls_cache] 
> Cleaned up cache '/tmp-ram/gnutls'. Deleted 0 and left 0
> [Wed Sep 22 20:06:13 2010] [debug] gnutls_cache.c(465): (22)Invalid 
> argument: [gnutls_cache] error storing in cache '/tmp-ram/gnutls': 
> Invalid argument

Which version of apache and libapr do you use? Is it a custom build? The
error you get is quite strange since the database is created and can be
opened but apr_dbm it cannot write at it. I cannot reproduce this
problem so any help from you is welcome. Do other database types such as
"db", "gdbm" or "default" work better in your system? (just replace SDBM
with those in the ODB define).

> PS: "GnuTLSCache none" does not work either:
> Ah, I see in gnutls_config.c: only dbm and memcache are allowed.  Is
> this a documentation flaw?

Thanks, not really so I've fixed it. Anyway to disable cache you can
leave this line out completely.


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