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This thing get's really annoying if user has smart card to authenticate itself: firefox will keep asking certificate every time keepalive dies. mutex default was set. megaspazthey get a 401 mobodocan you have a "guest" account? Cap'n webb Contact Dicstory LiveDiag Proudly powered by Pelican and Python. http://gbnetvideo.net/failed-to/failed-to-lazily-initialize-a-collection-of-role-no-session-or-session-was-closed.html

mobodothat's used when the user cancels?yeah megaspazjust add a guess userwith no password mobodoahhh, ok megaspazohwhen the user cancels is a different story thoughas a matter of fact, that's pretty lameif Apache error.log [Fri May 30 11:36:37 2008] [warn] (13)Permission denied: Failed to acquire SSL session cache lock [Fri May 30 11:36:37 2008] [warn] (13)Permission denied: Failed to release SSL session cache if you're going to allow that, don't even bother with authentication mobodoit won't take the "guest" account automatically right? Theme byhndr. https://www.electrictoolbox.com/failed-to-acquire-ssl-session-cache-lock/

task0=/thanks enyway megaspaz mobodowhat happens when a use cancels authentication? Font Awesome by Dave Grandy. 2008/07/29 Failed to release SSL session cache lock /var/log/httpd/ssl_error.logを見ると下記エラーが多発していた。 [warn] (13)Permission denied: Failed to release SSL session cache lock [warn] (13)Permission denied: Failed to acquire SSL Keepalive just worked around the problem.

As long as keepalive is holding the child everything is ok, but if keepalive period ends and client reconnects then it needs to redo all SSL authentication. server-status shows sessions, but seems like peruser just don't get to read them thus every time creates a new one (status seems to show sessions, so peruser has atleast some access nemtarothis is the exact error: [warn] (13)Permission denied: Failed to acquire SSL session cache lock Jesse408where'd you get acquire/release from nemtaroI'm accessing the server via SSL, and with LDAP authentication Jesse408erok megaspazno*shouldn't be granted accessactually even a passwordless guest account is pretty lamish as well...*shrugs* mobodoI handle the case where the user is "guest" later in a script actionmegaspaz wasn't aware basic

megaspazsureassuming your using basic auth? That probably explains also why SSL based pages were very slow then many images was on one page. Textures by Subtle Pattern. http://dataich.github.io/2008/07/29/failed-to-release-ssl-session-cache-lock/ Jesse408no nemtaro:( lol Jesse408is that the exact error you're getting?

comments powered by Disqus #apache - Thu 5 Apr 2007 between 16:41 and 00:15 NY Lost Funds Page:Prev123456NextLastDay: Previous Next nemtarohi there, is "Failed to acquire/release