[Modules] [mod_gnutls] Keep-Alive possible?

Nikos Mavrogiannopoulos nmav at gnutls.org
Wed Sep 22 16:48:39 EDT 2010

On 09/22/2010 10:13 PM, Hardy Griech wrote:

>> 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).
> - "DB" works
> - "GDBM" says
>    [Wed Sep 22 21:56:28 2010] [error] (20019)DSO load failed: GnuTLS: 
> Cannot create DBM Cache at `/tmp-ram/gnutls'
>    (20019)DSO load failed: GnuTLS: Post Config for GnuTLSCache Failed. 
> Shutting Down.
>    and stops apache
> - "DEFAULT" works
> Both "DB" and "DEFAULT" generate a file with '/tmp-ram/gnutls: Berkeley 
> DB (Hash, version 9, native byte-order)'

Does the DB have problems with many connections (e.g. when using siege
on the webserver)?. I had issues with that and that's why I made sdbm
the default.

> Anything else I could do?

I have libapr 1.3.8 and this could be the issue. Maybe something was
introduced in libapr that causes that issue in apr_dbm. It seems I
should allow flexibility on using the various DBs.


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