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 Help w/ httpd SIGSEGV error?

I'm running a small Linux web server, and every time a page is accessed,
this line appears in the error log:

[Tue Dec 17 08:55:58 1996] httpd: caught SIGSEGV, dumping core

I can't find any spare core files anywhere, and the pages are access
perfectly.  Any ideas?  Hep!

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