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    Apache2.2 + PHP = foobar

    Maybe some more of you have seen this as well. It seems to be fairly common. After upgrading to apache2.2-common from apache 2.0, the server starts out defunct, and every child process segfaults. I read in some cases that people thought it was libapache2-modphp5, but when going to php4, or even without php (or any other extra module for that matter), it had the same issue.

    I ended up changing my apt sources back to stable, and rolling back to 2.0.54. After a few hours of messing with it, it really wasn't worth the downtime. Just wondering if anyone came across anything.
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