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Internal server error ;'Unable to allocate 35 bytes'

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This is the setting: I Run the Drupal CMS which controls two domains. Each time when I instal a particular module  ('Views') I get an Internal Server Error. This error makes the Administrative section of my websites  inaccessible. I can only regain access by going to PhPMyadmin and change the status of that module from 1 back to zero.
Since the module consists of several parts it is strange to note that on site 1 this error sets the status of part 1 to 1 and on site 2 it sets part 5 of the module to 1.
My Raw Access logs mention a lot of 304 errors (I know these are not real errors, though they are no cause for joy either).
My error logs say:
For site 1: (host) FATAL: erealloc(): Unable to allocate 19456 bytes
[Wed Aug 15 10:56:09 2007] [error] [client] Premature end of script headers: /www/klimatosoof/cgi-bin/php

For site 2:  FATAL: emalloc(): Unable to allocate 35 bytes
[Wed Aug 15 10:51:56 2007] [error] [client] Premature end of script headers: /www/klimatosoof/cgi-bin/php

Hope anyone knows how to get rid of these!


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