These should all be non critical:
* memory leaks on startup in error cases (which lead to
immediate shutdowns anyway)
* http_auth/ldap: passing uninitialized "ret" to ldap_err2string
* sizeof(T) not matching the target pointer in malloc/calloc calls;
those cases were either:
* T being the wrong pointer type - shouldn't matter as long as all
pointers have same size
* T being larger than the type needed
* mod_accesslog: direct use after free in cleanup (server shutdown);
could crash before "clean" shutdown
* some false positives (mod_compress, mod_expire)
* assert(srv->config_context->used > 0); - this is always the case,
as there is always a global config block
From: Stefan Bühler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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* The breakage-log simply replaces stderr (the old stderr is moved away if needed for errorlog),
and stderr isn't closed after forking.
It defaults to stderr if started with -n (no daemonize), otherwise it defaults to /dev/null.
It is _not_ reopened in log_error_cycle, as there may be many long running childs which have it
still open anyway. Use a pipe-logger with cycle-support if you need it.
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- as stderr gets redirected to /dev/null before exec in childs, we cannot
write to the log afterwards, so disabled that log messages too.
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