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Bug #1509 Seg Fault in mySqldatabase connection Mod_Perl1.19/PHP3.0.7/Apache1.3.6
Submitted: 1999-06-08 08:51 UTC Modified: 2002-06-16 08:32 UTC
From: d at kleber dot net Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: Reproducible Crash
PHP Version: 3.0.7 OS: Redhat 5.2/5.0 Glibc 2.0.7-29
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [1999-06-08 08:51 UTC] d at kleber dot net
When I compile Aapche 1.3.6 on Redhat Linux (5.0 or 5.2) for intel with the following statically linked modules

Mod_Perl 1.19
PHP3.0.7
Mod_SSL 2.3.0 - 1.3.6
Jserv 1.0b5
MySql 3.22.22
Perl 5.004_05

There is no php.ini

I can no longer access .iphtml files (.html files parsed using eperl 2.2.14) which use the perl DBI module (loaded into mod_perl/apache's memory space at startup time). The child process dies with a segementation fault and the browser responds with a 'document contained no data' error. This also occurs when I compile without Jserv, and when I configure PHP without an awareness to mysql's presence. .iphtml files without database connects in them work as expected, and if I compile without PHP all scripts work correctly.

I know that it seems like overkill to compile both PHP and Mod_perl into the server, but we have several users who can be trusted to develop PHP scripts, but not CGI/iphtml or other perl scripts, and we also have to develop for a number of different server setups. Has anyone succsesfully compiled Mod_Perl/PHP/Apache into one static httpd binary which works? I can't find much mention of it anywhere... is there a specifc order they should be compiled in? Or am I just asking too much?

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