All broken, please save my soul

heximal

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Today I've got strange behavior of my server - http server was unresponsive (8.3-STABLE FreeBSD amd64). I began to sort out what's wrong. For some reason apachectl start failed with error
Code:
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1 shared object libpcre.so.0 not found
I found the solution here
http://forums.freebsd.org/showthread.php?t=29835
and tried all recipes described there. After that launching httpd started failing with
Code:
/libexec/ld-elf.so.1 shared object libpcre.so.1 not found
I suspect I've got very deep problem here, which may lead to rebuilding all required sofware like httpd, proftpd (it also fails due to some broken dependencies).

I'm totally lost.
 
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heximal

heximal

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Appreciate for quick reply. Could you also give me the clue for the following issue please? I'm trying to rebuild Apache first:
Code:
cd /usr/ports/www/apache22
make config
make install
Last command fails with error:
Code:
===>  apache22-itk-mpm-2.2.23_4 is marked as broken: WITH/WITHOUT_..._MODULES parameters are obsolete.  The port use the new options NG framework. Please read [url]http://wiki.freebsd.org/Ports/Options/OptionsNG[/url].
*** Error code 1

Is there a quick solution?
 

fonz

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heximal said:
i[red]I[/red]s there a quick solution?
From the looks of it, the port maintainer has some updating to do. Unless you're willing to try to do it yourself, you'll probably just have to wait until it gets done.
 
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Is it possible to contact the maintainer? Maybe he doesn't know the issue exists?
 

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If you need to know the contact email, do the following:
# cd /usr/ports/www/apache22-itk-mpm && make maintainer
 

fonz

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heximal said:
Is it possible to contact the maintainer? Maybe he doesn't know the issue exists?
Of course. Do as @cpu82 says or simply have a look at the Makefile for the port and look for the MAINTAINER= line. According to /usr/ports/www/apache22-itk-mpm/Makefile that port is maintained by <apache@freebsd.org>, which is FreeBSD's Apache mailing list. Most likely they are already aware of the issue and working on it.
 
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Thank you guys. The server is up and running now.
Special thanks to Olli Hauer from the freebsd FreeBSD Apache team.
 
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