php 5.2.0... go boom!
spil.oss at googlemail.com
Fri Feb 2 20:03:51 UTC 2007
Dunno if you managed to solve it, but I found out what my problem was.
My kernel config has INET6 commented out
My /etc/make.conf has NO_INET6
After adding WITHOUT_IPV6 to my /etc/make.conf, a newly built php 5.2
runs fine (need to check with suhosin patch)
PS. At least this will come up searches now!
On 08/11/06, Jonathan Horne <freebsd at dfwlp.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday 07 November 2006 21:08, Jonathan Horne wrote:
> > well, im franticly researching that bit of text that has flashed by during
> > countless portupgrades... "backing up previous version". right about now,
> > i would LOVE to have php 5.1.6_3 back...
> > 1) anyone else have bad luck with the upgrade to 5.2.0? my httpd-error
> > logs are filling with this:
> > [Tue Nov 07 20:49:09 2006] [notice] child pid 58928 exit signal
> > Segmentation fault (11
> > 2) can anyone shed light on the fabled "way of backing out of a portupgrade
> > gone awry?
> > thanks,
> > jonathan
> well for the moment, lucky for me, i have backups like a good boy. for now, i
> just reloaded last fridays copy of lang/php5 lang/php5-extensions, and so
> far, it seems to be rebuilding 5.1.6_3 without complaint.
> whew! the sad part, is i accidently kicked off a portupgrade without thinking
> about what box i was on! after it was started, i didnt want to stop for fear
> of damage it would cause.
> *shakes head*
> well i hope others have better luck than me with the new php5!
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