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Bug #26455 Mass EXIT Signal Segmentation Fault
Submitted: 2003-11-28 17:07 UTC Modified: 2003-11-29 00:38 UTC
From: tim at hitcho dot com dot au Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Apache related
PHP Version: 4.3.4 OS: FreeBSD 4.8
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2003-11-28 17:07 UTC] tim at hitcho dot com dot au
All pages are being served perfectly and PHP is working 
as designed but when Apache goes under heavy load and 
then Apache cleans up threads we get seg (11) for each 
thread in error logs.

I have tested with PHP with limited moduels compiled in 
etc and without change.

The only change is without PHP installed as a module I 
don't get any segs then.

It seems to be the same as:

exit signal Segmentation fault

But I have the lattest of all ports installed daily 


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 [2003-11-28 17:33 UTC]
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 [2003-11-28 19:45 UTC]
Please compile your php with --enable-debug and try to generate the backtrace once more.
 [2003-11-29 00:38 UTC] tim at hitcho dot com dot au
Seems to be related to PHP and Turck-MMCache 2.4.6
 [2004-01-15 12:18 UTC] next74 at yahoo dot com
I have FreeBSD 4.9p1 with Apache 1.3.29, PHP 4.3.4 and 
Turck MM Cache 2.4.6 and does the same:

child pid nnnn exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

Even with no pages served.
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