php-5.2.0 / roundcube-0.1.20061013 segfaults
spil.oss at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 9 13:25:27 PST 2006
For me it works when I compile php5-5.2.0 with DEBUG, no segfaults.
But for the life of me, I couldn't get eaccelerator to load on the
debug version of php...
Steps to reproduce:
portupgrade -rf php5
So also eaccelerator was rebuilt
Amended the zend_extension to point to the 20060613-debug extensions dir.
Think I'll wait for php 5.2.1 && eaccelerator 0.96 :D
On 09/11/06, eculp at bafirst.com <eculp at bafirst.com> wrote:
> Quoting Olivier Mueller <om-lists-bsd at omx.ch>:
> > Le 9 nov. 06 à 13:40, Spil Oss a écrit :
> >> Hi All,
> >> Now running php 5.2.0 compiled with DEBUG, and roundcube is running
> >> OK. So no backtrace of a dump to be made....
> >> Any other ideas?
> > FYI I also had to remove eaccelerator completely from a server now
> > running 5.2.0
> > to prevent segfaults. Displaying the phpinfo page was ok, but it
> > crashed all the time
> > on some complex application which were running fine under php 5.1.x & eA.
> as did I. I have tried disabling eaccelerator with no change. I was
> able to completely pkg_delete php5* eaccel* apache* pecl* on
> 7.0-CURRENT from Sundayand rebuild them with portmaster and I am no
> longer sigfaulting but I did the same on 3 FreeBSD 6.2-PRERELEASE #9:
> Wed Nov 8 03:08:00 CST 2006 with about the same date and they all
> still sigfault. Are the php.core files useable for debugging at all?
> No help unfortunately but the current vs prerelease got my attention.
> > regards,
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