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Old 8th March 2012, 22:48
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Default Segmentation Fault in Cron Log

I was checking the logs this morning and noticed the following in my server's cron log:

Segmentation fault
Segmentation fault
Segmentation fault
/usr/local/ispcjawstats/ispcjawstats.sh: line 118: 29588 Segmentation fault $CMD
Segmentation fault
Segmentation fault
I'm running ISPConfig 3.0.3 on Debian Squeeze. Has anyone seen anything like this?
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Old 8th March 2012, 22:52
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I havent seen this on any other install. AS ISPConfig is written in php, it can not produce segfaults. Either there is a bug in php which produces the segfault or there is e.g. a faulty ram module in the server as segfaults can be caused by hardware issues as well.

Thats not a script that belongs to ispconfig.
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