Another PHP5 problem

Ryan Coleman editor at
Wed Jun 15 23:36:06 UTC 2011

That wouldn't likely cause a segfault, but you could use your apache logs to see if there's something in the last file before the segfault occurs... but that could be a wild goose chase.

On Jun 15, 2011, at 5:57 PM, Jack L. Stone wrote:

> At 04:04 PM 6/15/2011 -0500, Ryan Coleman wrote:
>> My solution for these issues is usually pretty easy:
>> Disable all extensions (with a ; before the line) and then re-enable
> batches until it dies on you and then go through line-by-line to see which
> one did it.
>> Should take about 5 minutes, tops, to run through the entire list.
> Was wondering if it appeared an extension might be missing that would be
> expected? Have quite a few php scripts. What about the gettext one? I went
> with the defaults plus a couple I knew was needed like mysql and FTP.
> Jack
> (^_^)
> Happy trails,
> Jack L. Stone
> System Admin
> Sage-american
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