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Jul 2017
sterlingjenson
@sterlingjenson
Jul 26 2017 16:11
I recently updated to 1.7.3 from 1.7; I was able to upload large tiff files under 1.7; however, in 1.7.3, I get a message saying the connection was reset. When I look in the apache2 error logs, I get the message "[pid 1151] AH00051: child pid 2869 exit signal Segmentation fault (11), possible coredump in /etc/apache2" . Should I look for problems in apache2 or in CA?
Also, Ubuntu stated that libtiff5-dev was already the newest version.
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
Jul 26 2017 17:57
@naeemmuhammad The values built into the SqlSearch class are just defaults. They're not used if you configure values in search.conf. Those regular expressions tell the indexing what characters to not consider a word break. If you put a period in there it'll stop considering periods to be word breaks, which is probably not what you want. It looks like you're searching on identifiers in this case, so a solution might be to set INDEX_AS_IDNO on the field. That will cause a set of identifier-specific indexing behaviors to be used, which include indexing the field as-is (Which is what you want)
@sterlingjenson I'd look at your PHP installation
sterlingjenson
@sterlingjenson
Jul 26 2017 17:58
@collectiveaccess thanks
CollectiveAccess
@collectiveaccess
Jul 26 2017 17:58
CA can't segfault by itself. PHP can though
sterlingjenson
@sterlingjenson
Jul 26 2017 18:05
good to know. However, after playing around a bit more, I am wondering if the problem is how Darktable (the photo editing software) is exporting tif files. The original files that I created when I scanned the images work fine, but the edited versions do not.