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Bug #57198 Cached Page functions.php not accessible on subsequent requests
Submitted: 2006-08-27 05:52 UTC Modified: 2006-08-27 11:58 UTC
From: jan dot monsch at csnc dot ch Assigned:
Status: Wont fix Package: APC (PECL)
PHP Version: 5.0.4 OS: OpenBSD 3.8
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-08-27 05:52 UTC] jan dot monsch at csnc dot ch
I have Wordpress running on my site. But when activating APC the site breaks when wp-includes/functions.php is cached. This problem prevents the creation of blog entries.

- Wordpress 2.0.4
- Apache 1.3.29 which comes with OpenBSD 3.8
- PHP 5.0.4p0 (Only port available for OpenBSD)
- APC 3.0.8 (Last version compatible with PHP 5.0.x)
- MySQL 4.0.27

Reproduce code:
- apachectl stop
- apachectl start
- Login to admin area of Wordpress
- Access following URL:
- Page gets loaded
- Press Load-Button in Browser then the following error message is shown: "Cannot load functions.php."
- Further reloads yield the same error.

Addition to the php.ini:   

Expected result:
Subsequent access to URL should always yield the web page.

Actual result:
Error message "Cannot load functions.php."


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 [2006-08-27 11:58 UTC]
You'll need to move to PHP 5.1 and the latest APC.  PHP 5.0.x is not supported.
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