Apache crash in module libhttpd.dll

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Apache crash in module libhttpd.dll

Postby heyyo » 21. May 2008 16:13

In the event viewer I get this after starting Apache (manual or service mode)

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Application Error
Event Category: None
Event ID: 1000
Date: 5/21/2008
Time: 6:07:22 PM
User: N/A
Computer: USER-26A099D591
Faulting application apache.exe, version, faulting module libhttpd.dll, version, fault address 0x0001b317.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
0000: 41 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 Applicat
0008: 69 6f 6e 20 46 61 69 6c ion Fail
0010: 75 72 65 20 20 61 70 61 ure apa
0018: 63 68 65 2e 65 78 65 20 che.exe
0020: 32 2e 32 2e 38 2e 30 20
0028: 69 6e 20 6c 69 62 68 74 in libht
0030: 74 70 64 2e 64 6c 6c 20 tpd.dll
0038: 32 2e 32 2e 38 2e 30 20
0040: 61 74 20 6f 66 66 73 65 at offse
0048: 74 20 30 30 30 31 62 33 t 0001b3
0050: 31 37 0d 0a 17..

I tried my disk on key on 2 computers and I get the same errors on both.
Port checking is ok all ports are free.
I tried with firewall and antivirus desactivated no change.

My 2 pc are windows XP home with SP3 in english.
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in logs/error.log

Postby heyyo » 21. May 2008 16:22

In log/error.log it's strange I don't have regular error only this text:
Code: Select all
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Postby heyyo » 21. May 2008 17:56

a search on google :

no answer yet for this bug
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Postby heyyo » 23. May 2008 04:09

I have tested on a third computer with xp pro, it's working without problem. So Xp Home seems to be the problem...
Any help on this ?
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Postby Saragani » 26. May 2008 07:39

No, the problem is not with XP Home.

I had XAMPP (older version) working fine for few months. I recently tried to run it and it crashed.
I tried to update it to the latest version and the apache of the new version crashes.
(The same error number).

I installed it on a friends computer and it crashes with the same error.

Your XP Pro has SP3??

I guess not!!

It seems that SP3 or one of microsoft latest updates screwes apache.

I also tried WAMP.... Same result.
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Postby liquidx » 27. May 2008 05:57

i'm too running xampp on XP with SP3 but found no such error in my system.
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Postby Saragani » 28. May 2008 06:38

4 different computers, 4 of them ran XAMPP without any problem before installing SP3.

Now after SP3 installation, all of them are having problems to run XAMPP with the same error in Apache.

I know that SP3 causes few problems like some machines with AMD CPU can't boot, TortoiseSVN is not working for few people (Crashes on checkup due to Time/daylight saving configuration after SP3 was installed etc).
Maybe there is something in all of the machines that I use that is causing Apache to crash that is releated to SP3.

My error is the same as above: fault address 0x0001b317

And now I did a test....
I installed XAMPP on a computer with SP3, started it, started IE (I didn't even browserd to the web server, it went straight to google).
XAMPP crashed.

I uninstalled SP3 and XAMPP is stable and solid like a rock.... Do you still think that I'm wrong?
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Postby heyyo » 29. May 2008 17:07

Yes you guess right, my 2 computers are under xp home with sp3...
So Apache developpers any idea ?
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fresh Apache installation works

Postby idotzang » 31. May 2008 21:30


I have the exact same problem- XP SP3 -> Apache 2.2.8 from XAMPP (or Apache2Triad) crashes in the exact same manner you described, including your weird error.log and windows event log entries.

I tried a fresh Apache installation, and it works (doesnt crash).
Problem must be in one of the many modules XAMPP enables, e.g. Perl, PHP, Python, etc.

Keeping the investigation on...

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Postby idotzang » 31. May 2008 22:42

Weird stuff, guys:
Let me start off by saying i'm not an Apache / WAMP veteran, hope this stuff will get somone going in the right direction to solve this issue:

I read this post on svn issues with sp3 http://svn.haxx.se/tsvnusers/archive-2008-05/0153.shtml, which talks about date problems in sp3.

This made me wonder about the weird [Sun entries we get in error.log - maybe Sun is for Sunday (today for me)...

Anyway, i went to httpd.conf, changed these two lines:
orig line -> LogFormat "%h %l %u %t \"%r\" %>s %b" common
into -> LogFormat "%l %t \"%r\" %>s %b" common
(removed the %h and %u)

orig line -> LogLevel warn
into -> LogLevel debug

...and the behavior changed a bit (now i can load XAMPP default page on http://localhost, but the crash happens at a later stage, maybe when i try connecting to mysql (i'm not sure)

BTW: the last lines in the error.log are from ssl_engine_init.c.
Maybe we're dealing with SSL problems ?

Ring any bells ? anyone ?
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is not ssl_mod problem

Postby akerka » 23. June 2008 14:58

Excuse me. I am compelled to use machine translation. I do not think that it is a problem ssl_mod. I used apache 2.2.8-not-ssl long time. A computer: Athlon64, Windows XP Pro SP3. I did not meet problems and did not change a configuration, except for section virtual-host. However several days ago this problem has begun.
Now I have reinstalled apache and it works normally. As soon as I replace a configuration file on former the problem comes back. Has returned a default httpd.conf and I shall add changes gradually to notice the moment when there is a error.
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Postby heyyo » 12. July 2008 14:54

I solved this problem by changing to another GMT.
Could I please know your GMT settings ?

The bug details:
https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show ... i?id=45311
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Postby th1alb » 14. September 2008 14:59

install the following KB fix and it should work for you without changing the time zone:

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