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Is there any way to debug httpd process with Windbg

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We have Apache installed on Windows x64 OS , when I can see two processes in the Task Manager. I want to debug the child process because it is actually handles all the requests .

But Windbg cannot connected to the apache child process when I am trying to attach to the process.

Does anybody succeed to debug it with WinDbg ? Or what is the suggested way to debug apache ?

posted Aug 3, 2014 by anonymous

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But Windbg cannot connected to the apache child process when I am trying to attach to the process.
Lack of permission, such as httpd running as administrator/service and windbg not?Â

Does anybody succeed to debug it with WinDbg ? Or what is the suggested way to debug apache ?
If I start httpd in the console, I am able to attach with WinDbg or with Visual Studio. I dont know what happens when trying to debug a service.

answer Aug 5, 2014 by Kumar Mitrasen
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