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RE: TUX CGI module problems



Title: TUX Hostheader to Apache ?
Hi again all,
 
I still do not have TUX cgi working, any clues would be much appreciated.
 
Thanks, Serge
-----Original Message-----
From: Serge Sozonoff
Sent: 15 May 2002 15:26
To: tux-list@redhat.com
Subject: RE: TUX CGI module problems

Following on:
 
Here is some debug info from tux if it helps. (Ingo :-)  ? )
 
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:proto_http.c:1661>: using MIME type TUX/CGI:.cgi, 2.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:proto_http.c:1683>: CGI request cf515800.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:311>: keepalive cleared for req cf515800.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:262>: before CGI exec.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:cgi.c:222>: kernel thread created PID 1061.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:264>: after CGI exec.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:output.c:49>: sendmsg ret: 61, written: 0, left: 61.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:output.c:69>: sendmsg FINAL ret: 61, written: 61, left: 0.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:86>: reading 1024 bytes via sys_read().
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:accept.c:772>: DONE TUX atom c0266ce0, req cf515800, atom_idx: 0, at c025b498.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:main.c:147>: fast thread: no work to be done, sleeping.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:cgi.c:157>: doing exec(/cgi-bin/mon.cgi).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:cgi.c:159>: argv: <36886:cgi.c:162>: {extcgi} <36886:cgi.c:165>:
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:cgi.c:166>: envp: <36886:cgi.c:169>: {GATEWAY_INTERFACE=CGI/1.1} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {CONTENT_LENGTH=0} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {REMOTE_ADDR=62.202.147.200} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {SERVER_PORT=80} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {SERVER_SOFTWARE=TUX/2.0 (Linux)} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {DOCUMENT_ROOT=/} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {PATH_INFO=/} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {QUERY_STRING=} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {REQUEST_METHOD=GET} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {SCRIPT_NAME=mon.cgi} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {SERVER_PROTOCOL=HTTP/1.1} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {HTTP_COOKIE=dev-O2IUserID=1520} <36886:cgi.c:169>: {SERVER_NAME=localhost} <36886:cgi.c:172>:
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:cgi.c:194>: bug: exec() returned -2.
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:90>: got -512 bytes from sys_read() (total: 0).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:93>: CGI reply: (-512 bytes, total 0).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:main.c:89>: reaped 1 kids (c027b056) [signals pending: 00000000].
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:86>: reading 1024 bytes via sys_read().
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:90>: got 0 bytes from sys_read() (total: 0).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:93>: CGI reply: (0 bytes, total 0).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:104>: CGI done reply chunk: (0 bytes last, total 0).
May 15 14:17:53 mon kernel: <36886:extcgi.c:117>: bytes_sent: 0
 
 
Serge
-----Original Message-----
From: Serge Sozonoff
Sent: 15 May 2002 15:05
To: tux-list@redhat.com
Subject: TUX CGI module problems

Hi Guys,
 
RH 7.2/2.4.18 kernel and Tux 2.2.5
Tux compiled as module
 
I know this has been covered a few time in this list already and despite this info I still cannot get the Tux CGI module to work correctly.
 
I have TUX/CGI       cgi pl setup correctly in tux.mime.types
I have set the cgiroot = / so there should not be any chroot problems.
I have my documentroot set to /www
under /www I have created a cgi-bin directory.
I have a zero length file in /www called test.cgi
I have my real test.cgi script under /www/cgi-bin/
When I call http://localhost/test.cgi in my browser I just get blank return.
 
A line from extended logging looks something like this:
 
62.202.147.200:59994 - - Wed May 15 13:42:41 2002 (0,-1,0) [K:0,CM:0] "GET /test.cgi HTTP/1.1" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0; Q312461)" - 0 200
Not sure how to interpret this since I have not found and doc on the extended log format.
 
Any thoughts are more then welcome.
 
Thanks, Serge
 

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