[ic] A subcatalog crashing a catalog?
david at mytights.com
Mon Apr 3 10:56:47 EDT 2006
Mike, the subcatalog config file is quite simple, no call to routines:
# See the 'icconfig' document for details.
# Set Fields specific to this catalog being a subcatalog
Variable COMPANY AlexBlake
Variable STORE_ID alexblake
Variable IMAGE_DIR /images/ab
Variable SERVER_NAME tightsformen.net/alexblake
Variable CGI_URL /alexblake
ScratchDefault mv_locale en_US
# The URLs which are written to refer back to our catalog.
# Set the image path for relative images
## This is put in so Mozilla's brain-dead composer refetch function won't fail
> Quoting David Tegart (david at mytights.com):
> > I have recently created the following setup:
> > SubCatalog sub parent /var/lib/interchange/sub /sub
> > with the catalog "parent" being an old catalog which has run perfectly
> > for a long time.
> > The parent catalog works fine, until one call to the subcatalog has
> > been made, then the following type of error occurs for any page hit on
> > the parent catalog:
> > 126.96.36.199 - - [02/April/2006:19:41:03 +0100] sub /parent/2745.html Died
> > in server spawn: do not know how to copy Safe=HASH(0xa939ab4) at
> > /usr/lib/interchange/lib/Vend/Util.pm line 766.
> > Occasionally the page request is sucessful, others return an empty
> > page. (Everything "seems" to be working fine for the subcatalog)
> > Obviously, the fact that the error (resulting from a request to parent
> > catalog) is being reported as if it belongs to "sub" catalog is very
> > important ... but I have no idea why this is happening.
> > Any advice would be very very welcome.
> It means that some uncopyable item has been defined in the
> subcatalog. You can't copy code objects, so I am guessing that
> you are trying a Sub or an ActionMap in the SubCatalog. Won't work.
> Mike Heins
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