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Bug #23268 str_replace total system overload
Submitted: 2003-04-18 06:31 UTC Modified: 2003-04-23 00:21 UTC
Avg. Score:5.0 ± 0.0
Reproduced:0 of 1 (0.0%)
From: nick at netdupe dot com Assigned:
Status: No Feedback Package: Performance problem
PHP Version: 4.3.1 OS: Linux
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-04-18 06:31 UTC] nick at netdupe dot com
If you accidently put something like the following in 
str_replace the server goes nuts and does not return 
any information.

$code = "hello";
$string = "Hello, Bob how are you";
$text = str_replace("$code", "hey", $string);

This only occurs when you put $code in quotation marks. 
Shouldnt it come up? I did this the server load went 
from 0.05 to 23.4


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 [2003-04-18 06:33 UTC] nick at netdupe dot com
got a little mistake in there, "shoudnt it come up?" 
should be "shoudnt it come up with an error?"
 [2003-04-18 09:40 UTC]
I could not reproduce it with exactly that code. 
Tried both 4.3.0 and current PHP_4_3 branch. 
 [2003-04-18 17:07 UTC] nick at netdupe dot com
ok this is the code i used it with:
$file = file("smillies.db");
      foreach($file as $value){
           list($rand,$code,$image) = explode("|<|", 
           $code = stripslashes($code);
           $fusnewsm = str_replace("$code","<img 
border=\"0\">",$fusnewsm );
You will need smilies.db you can get it from
 [2003-04-18 17:21 UTC]
Significant portions of the str_replace function are rewritten in the development branch.  Can you try downloading a snapshot of PHP-5.0-dev and seeing if the problem persists?  I'd also like to ask you to try the latest snapshot of the stable branch. PHP-4.3-stable

And incidently your first example shouldn't come up with any error, it should simply fail to replace anything (str_replace is case-sensitive)
 [2003-04-23 00:21 UTC]
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