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Bug #22182 apd segfaults with auto_prepend_file
Submitted: 2003-02-12 03:41 UTC Modified: 2003-05-25 21:54 UTC
Avg. Score:5.0 ± 0.0
Reproduced:1 of 1 (100.0%)
Same Version:0 (0.0%)
Same OS:1 (100.0%)
From: Assigned: gschlossnagle (profile)
Status: No Feedback Package: PEAR related
PHP Version: 4.3.0 OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-02-12 03:41 UTC]
The subject says it.

If I have a auto_prepend_file ini directive in .htaccess (didn't check in php.ini), apd segfaults.

It's the latest released apd-version (0.4p2)

If I move the to-be-prepended file to the php file and do "include()", it works without problems

Otherwise: great product :)


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 [2003-02-12 14:34 UTC]
A very trivial test doesn't reproduce for me.  Can you 
supply a minimal testcase and or a gdb backtrace?
 [2003-02-16 10:00 UTC]
here we go:

the 2 php files just have 
print "hello world";

php_value auto_prepend_file ""

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x402a009e in zend_get_executed_lineno ()
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:269
269                     return active_opline->lineno;

(gdb) bt
#0  0x402a009e in zend_get_executed_lineno ()
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:269
#1  0x40315a15 in apd_execute (op_array=0x81851a4)
    at /root/tmp/apd-0.4p2/php_apd.c:738
#2  0x402a7a43 in zend_execute_scripts (type=8, retval=0x0, file_count=3)
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/Zend/zend.c:925
#3  0x40282588 in php_execute_script (primary_file=0xbffff840)
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/main/main.c:1582
#4  0x402b80be in apache_php_module_main (r=0x817f11c, display_source_mode=0)
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/sapi/apache/sapi_apache.c:55
#5  0x402b8b03 in send_php (r=0x817f11c, display_source_mode=0, filename=0x0)
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/sapi/apache/mod_php4.c:610
#6  0x402b8ca2 in send_parsed_php (r=0x817f11c)
    at /opt/cvs/php4.3/sapi/apache/mod_php4.c:625
#7  0x08073e79 in ap_invoke_handler ()
#8  0x0808964f in process_request_internal ()
#9  0x080896b6 in ap_process_request ()
#10 0x080800c6 in child_main ()
#11 0x08080281 in make_child ()
#12 0x080803fc in startup_children ()
#13 0x08080a8d in standalone_main ()
#14 0x080812fc in main ()
#15 0x400b29f1 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/

if I do an include in the first php, it works fine.


 [2003-04-28 03:22 UTC]
Assigning to georges whois already monitoring it.
 [2003-04-28 03:41 UTC]
As pointed out by alan, assign to username and not email.
 [2003-04-28 03:59 UTC]
changing status (alan got me again ;)
 [2003-05-13 10:33 UTC] dholmes at jccc dot net
I'm getting this as well, but I don't have any auto_prepend_file set.  For example, my hello.php looks like this:

print "auto_prepend_file = ";
print "hello world\n";

runnning it gives me:
auto_prepend_file = bool(false)
hello world

Yet, here is my gdb session (as apache module)
(gdb) file /usr/local/bin/php
Reading symbols from /usr/local/bin/php...done.
(gdb) set args ./pprofp -u  /tmp/dump_dir/dholmes/pprof.22140
(gdb) run
Starting program: /vol1/local/bin/php ./pprofp -u  /tmp/dump_dir/dholmes/pprof.22140
[New Thread 16384 (LWP 22752)]

Trace for /vol1/home/dholmes/site_html/www.remote-clean/htdocs/hello.php
Total Elapsed Time =    0.01
Total System Time  =    0.00
Total User Time    =    0.00

         Real         User        System             secs/    cumm
%Time (excl/cumm)  (excl/cumm)  (excl/cumm) Calls    call    s/call  Memory Usage Name
100.0  0.00  0.00   0.00  0.00   0.00  0.00     1   0.0000    0.0000           88 var_dump
100.0  0.01  0.01   0.00  0.00   0.00  0.00     1   0.0000    0.0000          160 ini_get
100.0  0.00  0.00   0.00  0.00   0.00  0.00     1   0.0000    0.0000            0 main

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
[Switching to Thread 16384 (LWP 22752)]
0x0811a65e in zend_get_executed_lineno () at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:269
269                     return active_opline->lineno;
(gdb) bt
#0  0x0811a65e in zend_get_executed_lineno () at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:269
#1  0x40017dec in apd_execute () from /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429/
#2  0x0811af0f in call_user_function_ex (function_table=0x81788c0, object_pp=0x0, function_name=0x81fe5dc, retval_ptr_ptr=0xbfffe838, 
    param_count=0, params=0x81be39c, no_separation=1, symbol_table=0x0) at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:557
#3  0x0811aa1f in call_user_function (function_table=0x8178d08, object_pp=0x0, function_name=0x81fe5dc, retval_ptr=0xbfffe870, param_count=0, 
    params=0x81c3090) at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/Zend/zend_execute_API.c:399
#4  0x080a09f8 in user_shutdown_function_call (shutdown_function_entry=0x81fe764)
    at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/ext/standard/basic_functions.c:2013
#5  0x08125e39 in zend_hash_apply (ht=0x81fecbc, apply_func=0x80a09bc <user_shutdown_function_call>)
    at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/Zend/zend_hash.c:688
#6  0x080a0c8d in php_call_shutdown_functions () at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/ext/standard/basic_functions.c:2094
#7  0x080fc3bf in php_request_shutdown (dummy=0x0) at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/main/main.c:924
#8  0x08132df5 in main (argc=4, argv=0xbffff054) at /vol1/home/dholmes/build/php-4.3.1/sapi/cli/php_cli.c:803
#9  0x420158f7 in __libc_start_main () from /lib/i686/

I'm using RH 8.0 and PHP 4.3.1 (custom build, obviously).

I get the same thing when I call it with my cli version of php. ( /usr/local/bin/php -e -f ./hello.php ) I even commented out every line of my and it still segfaults.  

Here is my trace file as well....maybe there is something special about it?
$ cat  pprof.22927
#Pprof [APD] v0.9

! 1 /vol1/home/dholmes/site_html/www.remote-clean/htdocs/hello.php
& 1 main 2
+ 1 1 2
- 2 20008
& 3 ini_get 1
+ 3 1 4
- 3 20152
& 4 var_dump 1
+ 4 1 4
@ 1 0 0
- 4 20264
- 5 20320

All that's still giving me a TON of great info that I didn't have before.  THANKS!!!
 [2003-05-13 15:02 UTC] dholmes at jccc dot net
Don't know why, but adding an exit(0); anywhere AFTER the main loop gets rid of the segfault.  In other words if the file just runs out of script it segfaults. If it dies with "reason" it's OK. ;-)

I've tried:
  Moving all functions to the top.
  Adding whitespace AFTER the last ?>
  Using adb (in socket mode) to break...step...segfault
  changing /usr/bin/env php to /usr/local/bin/php

The only thing I found to work was adding exit(0); to the script.  Any idea why?  I can run other things (like that hello world) from cli and segfault.  Hmmm...

P.S. Now that I have played with the breakpoint/echo/continue/ stuff...I LOVE IT!!!
 [2003-05-13 15:04 UTC] dholmes at jccc dot net
Oh, shoot...That's:
I can run other things (like that hello world) from cli and
_NOT_ segfault. 

Sorry about that.
 [2003-05-15 14:35 UTC]
Strange.  I can't get this to duplicate.  But what I find 
more curious is that you seem to be saying that your script 
that dumps trace works fine, but that it is pprofp that 
segfaults.  pprofp is just a userspace php program (it 
doesn't interact with the engine at all).  Is this correct?

Can you try upgrading your php to current cvs (4.3.2rc2) 
and recompiling apd?
 [2003-05-20 12:31 UTC]
And time goes by.. :)

 [2003-05-25 21:54 UTC]
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