[rt-users] RT/apache eats 100% CPU on login

Kevin Murphy murphy at genome.chop.edu
Fri Apr 30 11:30:21 EDT 2004

I think the gurus on the list are more likely to be able to help if you 
supply your version information for RT, DBIx::FormBuilder, mod_perl or 
fastcgi, perl, database, and operating system.  A link to or the full 
text of your httpd.conf file is probably a good idea also.  Doing 
google searches for 'site:fsck.com keyword1 ...' is often helpful.  
Good luck.  I have an outstanding RT/postgres issue myself which I am 
hoping to hear back on while I dabble at it in my spare moments.

Kevin Murphy

On Friday, April 30, 2004, at 10:29  AM, rtuser at wayne47.com wrote:

> We're doing an upgrade of an existing RT/postgres environment.
> Things are up and stagggering at this point but obviously we are
> still missing something.  RT will display the login screen and
> properly refuses logins if invalid login/password info is given,
> which is good.  But, if proper info is supplied, apache eats 100%
> of the CPU until it's killed (and never returns an updated page).
> Digging through the various logs does not point out anything obvious,
> does anyone have any clues as to where to look?  Or suggestions on
> how to get additional information to debug this?

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