[Bug 225499] www/apache24: child pid exit signal Segmentation fault

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--- Comment #11 from O. Hartmann <ohartmann at walstatt.org> ---

(In reply to Torsten Zuehlsdorff from comment #10)

Checking /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.default-versions.mk reports:

# Possible values: 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2
PHP_DEFAULT?=           5.6

So I guess there is a reason, why php=5.6 is still the default? If 5.6 is still
the default, we can consider this problem with opcache a serious issue that
needs to be solved in 5.6!

Most modules I watched being present on the systems in question are reeled in
by some ports's default settings. I do not care much about this issue, but now,
it became a serious problem because its paralysing our Apache sites, which we
use for SVN, RefDB, Nextcloud, bareos and other maintenance stuff. I'd rather
like to isolate the opcache module from being build than starting rebuilding
all PHP dependend ports according to switching towards php=7.1.

Since I have no idea which ports relying on php 5.6 are reluctant to play with
7.1, I do not want to figure that out by myself, since the boxes in question
performing the build do not have lots of performance. Well, it would be another
story if php 7.1 is becoming the new standard soon and there are few, clearly
identifyable ports not playing well we do not use.

I checked which ports are relying on www/php56-opcache:

 # pkg info -r www/php56-opcache

So I consider this issue a serious one and it could not be ignored in favour of
7.1. We do not use "special cases" so I fear other will suffer from the same
issue sooner or later when this crap gets common in the package tree.

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