Error after upgrading to php 5.4.6

Bas Smeelen b.smeelen at
Mon Sep 3 13:43:20 UTC 2012

On 09/03/2012 03:23 PM, Jerry wrote:
> On Mon, 03 Sep 2012 13:52:45 +0200
> Bas Smeelen articulated:
>> On 09/03/2012 01:26 PM, Darrell Betts wrote:
>>> My php pages will no longer render in a web browser after upgrading
>>> to php 5.4.6. Used port upgrade to do this. Running apache
>>> 2.2.22_6. Checked the error log and this is what I receive
>>> [notice] child pid 38232 exit signal Segmentation fault (11)
>>> This does this on all php pages.
>>> Any idea how to fix this error?
>> I had the same issue on a 8.3-STABLE machine.
>> On other machines php is still at 5.4.3 and does not have this
>> problems.
>> On the machine where 5.4.6 gave the problems I completely removed php
>> and installed lang/php53 (5.3.16) which solved the issue
>> If you are using portmaster -b to update ports, then a backup of the
>> previous port will be in /usr/ports/packages and you can reinstall
>> the previous version
> I completely removed all traces of PHP from my system, including
> configuration files, made sure to run "make config" in each PHP port I
> intended to install and then installed the latest version of PHP
> without a single problem. I believe, although I can not prove it, that
> the problem is not in the PHP port but rather in the update process.
> Running "portmanager" with the "-p" option might take care of some
> ports not being updated correctly with PHP also. Again, there is
> nothing wrong with the latest version but rather in the way it is
> presently running on your system.

OK thanks voor the insight, I only checked the extensions.ini file after 
I will go ahead and try it the clean way with version 5.4.6


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